Life Without Parole
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court will review on Thursday the life without parole sentence given last year to a Merrillville man who beat to death a Merrillville restaurant manager.
INDIANAPOLIS | Engelica Castillo was ordered to serve 65 years in prison instead of life for murdering her 2-year-old cousin, Jada Justice. The Indiana Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Castillo's original sentence of life without the possibility of parole was inappropriate.
CROWN POINT | The man who beat to death a Merrillville restaurant manager was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
CROWN POINT | An adult daughter of a slain Merrillville KFC manager unwittingly sympathized with her mother's killer after speaking to him at the bloody scene.
INDIANAPOLIS | It was wrong to sentence Engelica Castillo to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of her 2-year-old cousin, Jada Justice, because Castillo's co-defendant likely will receive a much shorter prison term.
CROWN POINT | The sentencing hearing for Ronnie Rice, of Merrillville, has been reset to Jan. 9.
CROWN POINT | Murder defendant Arthur Green, who faced a potential sentence of life without parole if found guilty of the charge, has entered into a plea bargain in which the maximum penalty is a 50-year prison sentence.
CROWN POINT | Rochell Johnson, accused in the killing of 5-year-old Leon Walker in April, won't be going to trial Jan. 18 as scheduled.
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