EAST CHICAGO | Six former jurors shared thoughts on their experiences in the criminal court system during a Constitution Day program in the East Chicago court building.
State Sen. Karen Tallian, D-Ogden Dunes, speaks to about 30 people outside the Porter County Courthouse for an event organized by Robert Cotton called Know Other Ground Upon Which You Stand in Valparaiso. Speakers discussed the George Zimmerman case and stand your ground laws.
People listen to Robert Cotton outside the Porter County Courthouse during an event he organized called Know Other Ground Upon Which You Stand in Valparaiso. Speakers discussed the George Zimmerman case and stand your ground laws.
Robert Cotton speaks to about 30 people Saturday outside the Porter County Courthouse for an event called Know Other Ground Upon Which You Stand in Valparaiso.
CROWN POINT | NEEDS VERDICT Christopher Mendoza, 22, had faced multiple charges after being accused of the brutal beating of an on-again, off-again girlfriend with whom he was alleged to be obsessed. Mendoza during more than two hours of grilling by deputy prosecuting attorney Catherine …
CROWN POINT | A Lake County jury deliberated less than 90 minutes Friday before finding a 34-year-old Gary woman guilty of murder in the 2009 shooting of a man with whom she had a longtime relationship.
CROWN POINT | A Lake County jury deliberated for about two hours Tuesday before finding a Valparaiso man guilty of driving drunk and causing the death of a Hebron man fixing a flat tire on Interstate 65.
CROWN POINT | A Lake Superior Court jury deliberated about an hour Thursday before finding 63-year-old Douglas Thompson guilty of murder in the death of his wife of 41 years.
CROWN POINT | A Lake Superior Court jury has found Marlon Pendleton, of Hammond, guilty of voluntary manslaughter in the slaying of his girlfriend.
On Thursday night a jury found Dr. Mark Weinberger liable in the death of a Valparaiso patient.
HAMMOND | A jury on Friday ruled in favor of Merrillville paramedics who claimed the town withheld their overtime.
HAMMOND | After about two hours of deliberations Monday, a federal jury found a Chicago man guilty Monday of holding a 10-year-old Portage girl ransom in an attempt to extort money from a currency exchange her grandmother owned.
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