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Late Judge McKinney honored in anniversary celebration

In honor of the 10th anniversary of its federal courthouse in Terre Haute, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana has hung the portrait of the man who was key to getting the judicial outpost built and who devoted great effort to helping former federal inmates re-enter society: the late Judge Larry J. McKinney.

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McKinney remembered at memorial

Family and friends gathered Thursday in the courtroom of late the Senior Judge Larry McKinney at the Birch Bayh Federal Building and United States Courthouse in Indianapolis for a memorial to share stories and celebrate his life.

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Flags lowered in honor of Senior Judge McKinney

Although he was carrying only half a caseload, U.S. District Court Senior Judge Larry McKinney had a full schedule. He devoted much time to the civic education programs and put a great deal of energy into a program which works to assist ex-offenders in staying out of prison.

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Judge: No attorney discipline needed

A federal judge in Indianapolis has decided disciplinary actions aren't needed against a handful of attorneys relating to their conduct in a clean air trial last year, though he hasn't changed his mind about setting aside the jury verdict and holding a new trial as a result of the behavior of in-house counsel.

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