Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission
INDIANAPOLIS | Will the third time be the charm? The Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission last month formally sent Gov. Mitch Daniels its three recommended candidates to fill a vacancy on the Indiana Supreme Court.
INDIANAPOLIS | New Chief Justice Brent Dickson pledged Monday that the Indiana Supreme Court will remain as highly esteemed in the state and across the nation on his watch as it has been under his predecessors.
INDIANAPOLIS | A man born in Gary and raised in Hobart will be formally sworn in as Chief Justice of Indiana at 9 a.m. region time Monday at the Statehouse.
INDIANAPOLIS | A bid by Lake Superior Judge Elizabeth Tavitas to become the 108th justice of the Indiana Supreme Court ended Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | All 22 applicants for an upcoming vacancy on the state Supreme Court, including a Lake County judge, will be interviewed July 17 and 18 by the Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Lake County Superior Court judge and at least one attorney with Northwest Indiana ties are among the 22 Hoosiers who have applied to serve on the Indiana Supreme Court.
INDIANAPOLIS | Lawyers or judges interested in serving on the Indiana Supreme Court have until June 29 to apply.
INDIANAPOLIS | A new Chief Justice of Indiana will be selected May 15 from among four members of the Indiana Supreme Court, including two Northwest Indiana natives.
INDIANAPOLIS | The state panel that recommends candidates for appellate court judgeships picked up a third task Thursday when an Indiana Court of Appeals judge announced he's retiring.
Monday's resignation of a second Indiana Supreme Court justice puts the spotlight on the merit selection process again. It's a model the Indiana General Assembly should expand to include all judges.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels will not deviate from his criteria of merit, qualifications, principles and temperament in selecting Indiana's next Supreme Court justice — even as pressure grows to appoint a woman to the state's high court.
INDIANAPOLIS | The selection process that began in December when Chief Justice Randall Shepard announced his retirement ends Monday when Mark Massa takes the oath of office to become Indiana's 107th Supreme Court justice.
INDIANAPOLIS | For the first time in a quarter-century, a new chief justice sat in the center seat during oral arguments at the Indiana Supreme Court on Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Northwest Indiana native is the top judge in the state.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels has appointed Mark Massa, his former general counsel and a former federal and county prosecutor, to the Indiana Supreme Court.
As Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels considers the three finalists for the new state Supreme Court justice, he should include gender as one of the criteria he uses.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels wants to appoint the best qualified person to be the newest Supreme Court justice, even if that means Indiana remains one of three states without a female justice.
INDIANAPOLIS | The director of the Indiana Judicial Center, who lived in Hammond for seven years as a child, is one of three finalists nominated Thursday to replace retiring Chief Justice Randall Shepard on the Indiana Supreme Court.
INDIANAPOLIS | Lake County Magistrate Michael Pagano will not be the next justice of the Indiana Supreme Court.
INDIANAPOLIS | Lake County Magistrate Michael Pagano told a state judicial panel Wednesday his experience inside and outside the courtroom makes him an ideal pick for the Indiana Supreme Court.
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