Thomas Stefaniak Jr
INDIANAPOLIS | The appeal of a Gary man convicted of multiple counts of murder and condemned to three consecutive death sentences for the 2007 slaying of his wife and two stepchildren will be heard Thursday by the Indiana Supreme Court.
The Lake Superior Court Juvenile Division handles many different types of cases and is the catalyst for many different services. Specifically, the court handles delinquency cases (when kids break the law). But the scope of the court is much more.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court rejected the tainted-jury claim of a Merrillville man convicted of murder in 2012 after stabbing a patron at Hammond's Copper Penny bar, and ruled he's not entitled to a new trial.
First impressions make a big difference when looking for a job, and visible tattoos can be a deterrent to employment.
CROWN POINT | Lake County Juvenile Court Judge Thomas Stefaniak Jr. and an award-winning tattoo artist have combined forces to help teens rid themselves of ink that may hinder education and job opportunities.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals upheld the 40-year prison term issued to Timothy Tkachik, the Hobart man who admitted assisting in the brutal 2009 murder of 2-year-old Jada Justice.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday over whether to award a new trial to a Merrillville man convicted of murder last year after stabbing a patron at Hammond's Copper Penny bar.
INDIANAPOLIS | The untimely death of his attorney will enable an East Chicago man sentenced to 3.5 years in prison for an eight-month Highland crime spree to appeal his convictions despite missing a key deadline.
INDIANAPOLIS | A Gary man convicted of robbing a Merrillville bank is not entitled to a new trial, even though a Lake County judge had a bailiff cover the man's mouth to stop him from testifying.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the reckless homicide conviction of an Imperial Gangsters member recently indicted on federal racketeering charges.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court will decide if a Gary man accused of robbing a Merrillville bank will receive a new trial after a court bailiff put his hand over the defendant's mouth when the judge ordered him to stop talking.
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