A defendant challenging his habitual offender status based on a change to state statute did not persuade the Court of Appeals of Indiana, which found the Legislature’s move to limit the jury’s role did not infringe on any constitutional rights.
Domestic violence in central Indiana grew more prevalent and severe in the first year of the pandemic, according to the 2020 State of Domestic Violence Service Report released Tuesday.
Four youngsters caused at least $17,000 in vandalism damage when they broke into the Indiana Statehouse last month, state police said Tuesday.
A terminally ill firefighter’s marriage days before his death to a woman who was 36 years his junior and the beneficiary of his pension was upheld by the Court of Appeals of Indiana, which found no evidence to support his children’s contention that the nuptials should be annulled because their father’s mental capacity was impaired by pain medication.
Based on the belief that eliminating discrimination starts with education, the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana in partnership with the Indianapolis Public Library has developed an interactive exhibit that details the history of practices and tactics that barred certain groups from homeownership.
A crowd surfer who was injured after being dropped to the floor during a concert in Indianapolis convinced the Court of Appeals of Indiana on Thursday that questions remained as to whether the event’s security assumed a duty of care when the incident took place.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has again ruled in a messy sewage case concerning proceedings supplemental between a retail property owner and an association of property owners, affirming granted motions for the association and an amendment of the original judgment.
A bank seeking to foreclose on an Indiana property can collect interest accrued during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic despite emergency court orders tolling interest, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
Indianapolis attorney Andrea K. Marsh writes that she doesn’t understand why Marion Superior Court is terminating the Marion County Family Recovery Court 18 months before the grant funding for it would end.
Marion Superior Judge Grant Hawkins, who has served more than 20 years on the bench, is retiring effective Sept. 30, becoming the third judge to leave the Marion County judiciary since December of last year.
Marion County’s Second Chance Workshop, a program that helps reinstate suspended driver’s licenses and expunge criminal convictions, has secured $96,000 in federal aid.
A Dallas-based natural gas pipeline company has filed an eminent domain lawsuit against several property owners in Boone and Marion counties.
A Beech Grove man convicted on several drug counts who originally stated that he had no objection to the admission of evidence found during a search of his car did not sway the Court of Appeals of Indiana that the same evidence should be now be suppressed.
A seven-story, mixed-use development that makes up a large chunk of Indianapolis’ Massachusetts Avenue can keep its charitable exemption for the 2010 tax year despite opposition from the Marion County assessor, the Indiana Tax Court has ruled.
The Indiana State Police, including its superintendent in his individual capacity, has secured a win in a wrongful death case after the Court of Appeals of Indiana reversed in the civil rights lawsuit filed by the estate of a Black man who was shot and killed by a trooper nearly a decade ago.
A 19-year-old Indianapolis man has been jailed in a shooting on Interstate 70 that left a 21-year-old motorist wounded.
A so-called sovereign citizen who was removed from his own trial because of his disruptive behavior, then tried to get his conviction overturned by arguing he was not told he could remain in the courtroom if he behaved, did not get any sympathy from the Court of Appeals of Indiana, which instead commended the trial court for its patience in handling such a difficult defendant.
Marion County Courts will begin to transition more than 200 employees to Indianapolis’ new Community Justice Campus next month after delays of the move-in process, the Marion Superior Court has announced.