INDIANAPOLIS | Judges do not have discretion to deny a valid request for expungement of a low-level felony or misdemeanor criminal record, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Porter County native was elected chief judge of the Indiana Court of Appeals Wednesday.
INDIANAPOLIS | A dime-size hole showing a bit of white light through an otherwise functional red vehicle tail lamp does not justify a police stop, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Portage man who represented himself in court and was convicted of three felonies will receive a new trial because the judge did not provide sufficient warning against the dangers of self-representation.
INDIANAPOLIS | Home sellers who fail to honestly disclose any known problems with major home systems may have to pay the buyers' future repair bills, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
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INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana State Bar Association recommended Monday that Hoosiers vote to keep the two state Supreme Court justices and four Court of Appeals judges who are up for retention.
INDIANAPOLIS | In addition to the dozens of candidates for local, state and federal offices that Hoosiers will elect on Nov. 6, Northwest Indiana residents will help decide whether two Indiana Supreme Court justices and three judges on the state's Court of Appeals will remain in their posts.
INDIANAPOLIS | For the fourth time in three years, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ignored a state Supreme Court precedent and ruled a home seller must honestly disclose any known major problems with the property to a buyer.
Judge Nancy Vaidik
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INDIANAPOLIS | The identities of anonymous commenters on newspaper websites are not protected under Indiana's journalist Shield Law, and newspapers may be compelled to disclose them under certain circumstances, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.
The Indiana Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that anonymous online commenters on newspaper websites are not protected sources under the Indiana Shield Law and newspapers may be compelled to identify them under certain circumstances.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals seems likely to require disclosure of the names and identifying information of anonymous commenters who make defamatory statements on newspaper websites.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Gary man convicted of robbing a Merrillville bank in 2008 will get a new trial.
VALPARAISO | Valparaiso University law school students and a few attorneys took advantage Monday of a local opportunity to see the Indiana Court of Appeals in action.
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