Kimberly Kubina Choate
CROWN POINT | Lake Criminal Court Judge Diane Boswell is delaying the murder trial of a Hammond man whose son died following a year of neglect, beatings and being locked in a dog cage.
CROWN POINT | Christian Choate and his father were enjoying building a positive relationship together, a local therapist reported in 2005.
CROWN POINT | Lake Criminal Court Judge Diane Boswell's order "gagging" people and agencies involved in the Christian Choate case may be as unusual as the case itself.
CROWN POINT | A lawyer representing the sister of 13-year-old Christian Choate is resisting prosecution efforts to question her under oath about her brother's alleged captivity and beating death.
CROWN POINT | A gag order was issued Thursday afternoon in the criminal case relating to 13-year-old Christian Choate's death, a state official said Thursday.
CROWN POINT | The Lake County prosecutor's office wants a DNA sample from the father of 13-year-old Christian Choate, whose body was found last month in a shallow grave.
Christian Choate wanted to die. The 13-year-old boy, whose body Lake County police unearthed last month from a shallow grave in Gary, wrote letters before his death detailing how he was being mistreated, how he just wanted to be liked by his family and how he wanted to die.
Records indicate Merrillville school officials contacted the parents of Christian Choate, concerned about the number of days he had missed from school.
Indiana is one of 10 states with minimal regulations for students who are home-schooled, according to the nationally recognized Homeschool Legal Defense Association.
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