The Court of Appeals of Indiana has reversed a decision against the now-bankrupt Celadon Group, forcing a trucking company that tried to purchase certain assets from the Indianapolis-based business to refile its complaint in the state of Delaware.
The Court of Appeals has reversed a custody arrangement for a feuding couple, ordering the Warrick Circuit Court to choose which parent will have sole custody of their child after concluding the case’s findings did not support the award of joint legal custody.
A man with multiple convictions received a partial reversal from the Court of Appeals of Indiana on Thursday after it found a petition to revoke his probation in one of those cases was untimely filed and ultimately an abuse of discretion.
The Indiana Supreme Court has overturned a more-than-30-year-old precedent, finding the previous ruling that held police reports were covered by the work-product doctrine is no longer applicable because of changes to the state’s trial rules and technological advances that have ended the laborious task of redacting documents using a Marks-a-Lot marker.
A man will get a new hearing after the Court of Appeals of Indiana concluded the Marion Superior Court violated his due process rights by not properly advising him during probation revocation proceedings.
In a ruckus between neighbors started by a corner of a house and a brown shed that are both over the property line, the Court of Appeals of Indiana toppled the trial court ruling and found the homeowners had title to the disputed property through adverse possession.
COA: Deferred pension distribution not an error, but trial court should’ve protected wife’s portion until ex’s retirement
A trial court did not err in deferring the distribution of a man’s pension to his ex-wife until he retires, but it did err in failing to protect the ex-wife’s portion of the pension, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ruled.
COA reverses for LaPorte Co. prosecutor in defamation case against Michigan City stemming from former mayor’s comments
Michigan City isn’t yet off the hook for the accusatory comments its embattled former mayor made against the LaPorte County prosecutor and his wife following the arrest of the mayor’s stepson.
An inmate who filed a First Amendment complaint after he was fired from his prison job for going to a prayer service instead of work can proceed with his case against a prison officer after the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed summary judgment for the officer.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has reinstated default judgment against a man who had previously won a reversal of that judgment but who failed to address the counterclaims against him.
Describing the litigation as taking a “convoluted procedural path” through state and federal courts, the Court of Appeals of Indiana remanded the yearslong dispute in South Bend over surreptitiously recorded phone conversations of certain police officers after finding the fundamental question of whether the state or federal wiretap laws were violated had never been answered.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has reversed an order to suppress drug evidence found after a Miranda violation, finding state and federal constitutions don’t require suppression of the physical fruits of evidence obtained through the violation after the suspect volunteered the information.
A mother convicted of neglect of a dependent after she left her son home alone for the weekend did not actually commit that crime, the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled in a Friday reversal.
The Court of Appeals of Indiana has reversed the grant of a new trial in a personal injury case involving a local YMCA and has reinstated a jury verdict against the YMCA after it determined the trial court abused its discretion.
A grandmother who says she helped “pick up the pieces” of her grandchild’s life after the minor was molested in her father’s home has secured a reversal from the Court of Appeals of Indiana in a custody battle.
In a “seldom” reversal of a murder conviction based on insufficient evidence, the Court of Appeals of Indiana split in a Wednesday decision, with the majority concluding the evidence used to support a defendant’s guilt came “nowhere close to proof beyond a reasonable doubt.”
Finding the error in sentencing affected the “fairness, integrity, and public reputation of the proceedings,” the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has vacated a judgment and remanded an Indiana man’s sentence on federal drug charges because the district court failed to properly calculate the incarceration time under the First Step Act.
Despite allowing a Level 6 felony conviction to stand, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has reversed a Level 5 felony intimidation conviction, finding that even though the defendant acknowledged he had threatened to kill his sisters, he did not actually intend to prevent them from calling the police.