CROWN POINT | Lake County prosecutors on Thursday rested their case against a Chicago man accused of fatally shooting a driver in a road-rage dispute last summer in Hammond.
CROWN POINT | The turnout for what had been expected to be a low-key event left newly seated Lake Criminal Court Judge Samuel Cappas nearly speechless.
Newly appointed Criminal Court Judge Samuel Cappas, center, greets well-wishers Friday following a swearing in ceremony at the Lake County Government Complex.
Juvenile Court Judge Thomas Stefaniak Jr., from left, Lake Superior Court Judge John Pera, and Senior Judge Thomas Webber await the swearing-in of Criminal Court Judge Samuel Cappas. Friday marked Stefaniak's first official day on the juvenile bench.
Newly appointed Criminal Court Judge Samuel Cappas is shown at the Lake County Government Complex.
Newly appointed Criminal Court Judge Samuel Cappas is sworn in Friday by Lake Superior Court Judge Sheila Moss at the Lake County Government Complex. Cappas' wife, Linda, holds the Bible.
CROWN POINT | A Lake Criminal Court jury convicted an East Chicago man late Thursday of two counts of felony child molesting.
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