Justice appears to be running amuck in Indiana.
CROWN POINT | A contest among Lake Superior Courts judges over who should take over the juvenile justice complex has gotten personal.
If you thought the Vatican was home to the greatest concentration of power in the world, you'd better think again.
CROWN POINT | A Lake Superior Court jury has awarded $450,000 in damages to a former Lowell man for injuries he suffered as a patient of former Merrillville “Nose Doc” Mark Weinberger.
Lake County's judicial selection process is a model the rest of the state should follow. It is shameful that some of Lake County's judges are attempting to circumvent it.
Chief Judge John Pera said he is preparing a written response to Lake Juvenile Court Judge Mary Beth Bonaventura's letters seeking intervention from the Indiana Supreme Court.
CROWN POINT | One of about a dozen Lake Superior Court judges will be first in line to take over a juvenile court system any politician would consider one of the sweetest plums in Lake County's patronage empire.
CROWN POINT | Leaders of Lake County's law enforcement and legal communities cheered Lake Juvenile Court Judge Mary Beth Bonaventura's appointment to oversee the investigation of child abuse and neglect.
CROWN POINT | Lake County judges are declaring their independence from the state's new nepotism law.
INDIANAPOLIS | It's not quite the Mega Millions jackpot, but the Indiana Court of Appeals on Friday affirmed a Lake County jury verdict awarding a Crown Point man $332,172 for 5.2 acres of Hammond land he purchased for $3,900 at a county tax sale.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Northwest Indiana native is the top judge in the state.
INDIANAPOLIS | Changes in technology are partially responsible for The Times winning approval from the Indiana Supreme Court to broadcast trials on nwi.com from three Lake County courtrooms.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Times soon will begin broadcasting Lake County civil court hearings on its website, nwi.com, as part of a pilot project intended to bring courts closer to residents.
EAST CHICAGO | Administration of the East Chicago Public Library will remain unchanged at least for another month after an emergency injunction sought by ousted library officials was rejected in court Wednesday.
CROWN POINT | It's feast or famine for Lake County's jurors.
It's been popular in the past to criticize the musical chairs style of Lake County politics in which candidates merely move from one office to another.
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Should all Indiana judges be chosen by a merit commission, the way they are in Lake and St. Joseph counties?
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