A factfinding hearing must be held regarding the state’s removal of a billboard sign along U.S. 31 before a trial court can decide if a taking occurred or enter an order of appropriation, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled Wednesday.
A Muncie bar fight was not foreseeable, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled in reversing the denial of summary judgment to the bar’s current and former owner.
Reversal: Mother’s previous abandonment of children doesn’t rebut parental presumption in grandparent custody case
A mother’s abandonment of her children five years ago does not mean the children’s grandparents should get custody, a split Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
Indiana Supreme Court precedent holding that damages associated with traffic flow variations are not compensable is controlling in a case where the state seized a parcel of land in Johnson County for the I-69 project, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled.
The Marion Superior Court Probation Department is entitled to immunity against the negligence claim brought by the estate of a man who was killed by a juvenile on probation, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
A small claims court violated a tenant’s due process rights when it did not give her adequate notice of a hearing on a nonemergency eviction claim and did not allow her to prepare and present her defenses, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled.
A man convicted of drug charges could not convince the Court of Appeals of Indiana that meth-related evidence was improperly admitted at his trial, but he did prevail on his argument that there was insufficient evidence to support a marijuana conviction.
A grandfather may proceed with his petition for visitation with his grandchild, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled in reversing the dismissal of that petition.
A nurse who contracted a skin infection through her work at a Hobart hospital can pursue a medical malpractice complaint against a physician, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled in a Thursday reversal.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has ordered the reversal of a man’s drug-related convictions after determining that the officer who arrested him was not wearing a “distinctive” uniform, making the underlying traffic stop invalid.
2 aggravated battery convictions related to judges’ 2019 shooting overturned, but defendant’s self-defense, fundamental error claims rejected on appeal
The man convicted of aggravated battery and other charges in connection with the 2019 shooting of two Indiana judges will see two of his aggravated battery convictions overturned for a double jeopardy violation, although his other convictions were upheld.
IN Supreme Court: Credit union member’s silence on proposed agreement addendum did not constitute acceptance
A woman who filed a class-action complaint against a credit union didn’t accept an addendum to an agreement that would have forced arbitration, a split Indiana Supreme Court has ruled in reversing a trial court’s decision.
‘It’s 2023, for heaven’s sake’: 7th Circuit orders district court to consider reasonableness of wheelchair-accessible ramp at Shelbyville Post Office
A woman in a wheelchair fighting for a ramp at her local post office will be able to make her argument in court after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated summary judgment for the United States Postal Service, which so far has refused to build the ramp.
There were genuine issues of material fact concerning a Fort Wayne firefighter’s complaint against an electric scooter company for failing to warn him about a gap in a wall, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled Monday.
A man whose child molesting sentence was handed down while he was in the hospital did not waive his right to be present at sentencing, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Thursday in vacating the sentence and ordering a new hearing.
Defendants facing criminal contempt are entitled to the same statutory protections as other criminal defendants, including the right to the appointment of mental health experts, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled in a Tuesday reversal.
Evidence found in the bedroom of a man charged as a teen with three killings can be admitted at the man’s murder trial after the Indiana Supreme Court declined to review the reversal of a suppression order.
There was no evidence that a man intended to sell the methamphetamine found in his possession during a traffic stop, a split Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled Wednesday in reversing a dealing conviction.
A man’s possession of six child pornography images on one date constituted a single episode of criminal conduct, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled Tuesday in reversing a trial court’s sentence and remanding the case for resentencing.
IN Supreme Court orders new hearing after finding trial court didn’t comply with Juvenile Waiver Statute
A trial court failed to comply with the Juvenile Waiver Statute before accepting a teenager’s admission to auto theft, the Indiana Supreme Court has ruled in a reversal.