The Indiana Supreme Court has appointed one senior judge and released another from judge pro tempore service following the appointment of the two newest judges of the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
Family sues nursing home after father’s death during pandemic
Hoosier Ken Burgin is honoring his late father, Kenneth “Butch” Burgin, by advocating on his behalf after Butch’s unexpected death just two months after becoming a resident at an Owen County nursing home last year.Read More
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration has prevailed before the Court of Appeals of Indiana in a dispute with a woman whose spousal support order increased the amount of Medicaid funding her incapacitated husband received.
Another change has been made to the Morgan Superior Court bench following the elevation of Judge Peter Foley to the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
Upon reviewing the application from Judge Peter Foley for a vacancy on the Court of Appeals of Indiana, one character trait stood out to Chief Judge Cale Bradford: Foley’s skills as builder.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana’s newest judge will be robed next week in the Indiana Supreme Court courtroom.
With Judge Peter Foley now on the Court of Appeals of Indiana, Morgan Superior Court 1 has an opening on its bench.
A senior judge has been appointed to the Morgan Superior Court to serve pro tempore following Judge Peter Foley’s selection to the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Judge Peter Foley’s appointment to the Court of Appeals on Sept. 14. He’ll succeed longtime Judge Edward Najam Jr., who retired this summer after more than 30 years of judicial service.
Applications are now being accepted for the judicial vacancy on the Morgan County bench. Individuals have until 5 p.m. Oct. 24 to apply.
Two Indiana judges and one attorney have been named the final candidates to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
A man who told Indiana State Police that he had smoked methamphetamine hours before he was pulled over has had his operating while intoxicated conviction reversed.
Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is wading into the dispute between a transgender middle school student and the Martinsville school district, arguing a federal judge was wrong to order the school to allow the student to use the restroom aligning with his gender identity.
A couple who constructed a pole barn on their property without first getting approval from their homeowners association failed to convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that the trial court erred in granting the HOA summary judgment.
The Indiana Court of Appeals has affirmed sanctions imposed on a Morgan County man after he violated discovery rules and failed to submit complete and adequate responses until almost two years after discovery was requested.
A man accused of murder, who argued his right to a speedy trial was violated when the Morgan Superior Court delayed his hearing because of the COVID-19 pandemic, wasn’t able to get himself discharged from jail after the Indiana Court of Appeals found the public health emergency was sufficient to uphold the postponement.
Deciding a “novel issue grounded in tragedy,” the Indiana Court of Appeals on Monday affirmed summary judgment for a 2-year-old’s maternal grandparents after the child drowned in their backyard pool.
The Indiana State Department of Health reported 2,234 new cases of COVID-19, the highest number of new cases since Feb. 6, when 2,855 were reported. The state said more than 2.98 million Hoosiers had been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of Tuesday at 5 a.m.
More than a dozen students from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and Indiana University Maurer School of Law will take part in a program for law students this summer to assist rural county judges.
The Indiana State Department of Health on Monday reported 275 new COVID-19 cases, the fewest number of new cases reported in the daily report since 264 on June 17, 2020.