Finding state statute does not require a professional license to be renewed after an expungement, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has upheld a refusal by the Medical Licensing Board of Indiana to amend the disciplinary records and lift the sanctions imposed on a physician who was convicted of a misdemeanor.
The Marion Superior Court Executive Committee has announced the family recovery court, which started in 2010, will be closing at the end of the month. Dwindling participation along with concerns about how the program was being operated have been cited as among the reasons for the decision to stop. But stakeholders and graduates say the closure will have a devastating impact, rippling beyond the participants to their children and extended family members.
The timeline for moving more than 200 employees and court personnel to Indianapolis’ new Marion County Community Justice Campus has yet to be nailed down, but Marion Superior Court Judge Amy Jones told members of the media during an exclusive, one-time tour of the sleek new facility on Friday that a date will hopefully be set in the next two weeks.
The Marion Circuit and Superior Courts have relaxed the COVID-19 public health requirements for individuals and employees entering any of their judicial facilities.
A man who allegedly shot and seriously injured an Indianapolis police officer in training has been charged with attempted murder and other crimes, the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office announced Tuesday.
A man who punched a pregnant woman in the belly and then fatally shot the father of her child could not convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that his murder conviction should be overturned in favor of a lesser-included offense.
An Indianapolis homeowner’s carriage house and detached garage are eligible for the standard homestead deduction and a 1% property tax cap, the Indiana Tax Court ruled in a Wednesday reversal, despite the Indiana Board of Tax Review’s decision to the contrary.
An Indianapolis woman whose property fell into foreclosure after her house burned was unable to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that her mortgage allowed for part of the insurance payment to cover her attorney fees.
Nearly five years after the shooting death of Southport Police Lt. Aaron Allan, defendant Jason Brown has been convicted of Allan’s murder.
Indianapolis has long struggled to rein in dilapidated housing complexes owned by absentee, typically out-of-state, landlords. It’s slogging through lengthy lawsuits with the owners of multiple troubled properties, and officials say there’s another filing ready to go unless a new owner takes over an infamously rundown complex. A pair of state-level moves in landlord-friendly Indiana also are hampering attempts to protect renters, city officials say.
A man has been convicted of murder in the death of woman who was found strangled and stabbed inside an Indianapolis church, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Two candidates — Republican Cynthia “Cyndi” V. Carrasco and incumbent Democrat Ryan Mears — will vie for the position of Marion County prosecutor this November.
A life without parole sentence is off the table for a man standing trial for the 2017 fatal shooting of an Indiana police office.
The Indiana Supreme Court has appointed a judge pro tempore for Johnson Superior Court 3 as the current judge steps down from the bench to run for prosecutor. Meanwhile, a judge pro tem just appointed in the Marion Superior Court has been relieved of her duties following an official judicial appointment.
A man has been convicted in the 2020 fatal shooting of a woman who was found dead in an idling car parked outside downtown Indianapolis’ main municipal building.
Marion Superior Magistrate Judge Danielle P. Gaughan has been named the new Marion Superior Court judge, succeeding Mark Jones, who resigned from the bench Jan. 8.
Republican candidate for Marion County prosecutor Cynthia “Cyndi” V. Carrasco is joining the Indianapolis law firm of Riley Bennett Egloff LLP as of counsel, the firm announced this week. Carrasco will work with the firm’s government affairs practice group, according to a news release.
The winter storm predicted to dump several inches of snow on Indiana is disrupting courts around the Hoosier State, causing cancellations of some proceedings and closing courthouses.