Leaving the grandeur of its Statehouse courtroom, the Indiana Supreme Court took to the road Thursday for a special traveling event in honor of Justice Steven David’s final oral argument. The high court ventured to Boone County, David’s former judicial home of more than 15 years, for his final oral argument as a member of the Supreme Court.
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Lake County cases involving immigration welcoming ordinances, a dentist’s breach of contract allegations and an eminent domain dispute will all come before the Indiana Supreme Court during oral arguments this week.
Indiana Supreme Court Justice Steven David will participate in one last court proceeding in his former judicial home of Boone County when the high court travels to Lebanon High School on June 30 to hear oral arguments.
Indiana Supreme Court justices this month will hear oral arguments on petition to transfer in a case in which the Court of Appeals of Indiana, despite “problematic” precedent, upheld the denial of a defendant’s motion to compel evidence of unredacted copies of the police report in his case.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned lower court orders that have blocked the Biden administration from ending a controversial Trump-era immigration program for asylum-seekers.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in Oklahoma’s ongoing battle with Native American tribes over the state’s authority to prosecute people accused of crimes on Native American lands, following a 2020 Supreme Court decision.
A coach who crosses himself before a game. A teacher who reads the Bible aloud before the bell rings. A coach who hosts an after-school Christian youth group in his home. U.S. Supreme Court justices discussed all those hypothetical scenarios Monday while hearing arguments about a former public high school football coach from Washington state who wanted to kneel and pray on the field after games.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana will be hearing oral arguments challenging a traffic stop and jury instructions that resulted in criminal convictions Tuesday at Wabash College as part of the Appeals on Wheels program.
President Joe Biden halted the “Remain in Mexico” policy his first day in office. That policy will be argued Tuesday before the U.S. Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will tackle a dispute between public school officials and a former high school football coach who wanted to kneel and pray on the field after games.
A Lake County man charged with rape 35 years after the incident allegedly occurred will present oral arguments before the Court of Appeals of Indiana next week.
The Indiana Supreme Court looked closely at the state’s constitution, peppered attorneys with questions and, at times, appeared skeptical of the answers during an hourlong oral argument as the justices waded into the Statehouse feud over who has the authority to call the Indiana Legislature into special session.
Gov. Eric Holcomb’s battle with the Indiana General Assembly over who has the power to call a special session reaches the Indiana Supreme Court this week as the only oral arguments the justices will hear this month.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday cast doubt on Texas’ claim that it can’t be sued by a former state trooper who says he was forced out of his job when he returned from Army service in Iraq.
Justice Clarence Thomas participated in arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court via telephone rather than in person on Monday following a hospital stay of nearly a week.
The final oral arguments Indiana Supreme Court justices will hear this month concern whether a preliminary instruction was given in error to a jury regarding a man’s unlawful possession of a firearm.
In a case stemming from the opioid addiction crisis, the Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared ready to side with two imprisoned doctors who wrote thousands of prescriptions for pain medication in short periods.
Indiana Supreme Court justices will hear two additional oral arguments this month, including cases regarding insurance coverage for a pair of Kokomo bars and the reversal of an armed burglary conviction.
A Wadesville woman charged with murdering her husband is taking her claim of self-defense to the Court of Appeals of Indiana, arguing the Posey Circuit Court erred when it excluded testimony from a doctor who diagnosed her as having PTSD due to battery.