In the second published opinion written by Indiana Supreme Court Justice Derek Molter on Wednesday, justices addressed a ...
The U.S. Southern District Court for the Southern District of Indiana hosted the grand opening of its new learning center ...
An Indiana man who was in charge of his girlfriend’s infant grandson when the child was injured will not get relief from his felony conviction from the Court of Appeals of Indiana.
State lawmakers are prioritizing multiple bills in the current legislative session that seek to increase data privacy and give Hoosiers more say over how their personal information is stored. But ...
The most expansive federal report in over two decades on guns and crime shows a shrinking turnaround between the time a gun was purchased and when it was recovered from a crime scene, indicating ...
A man who received $18,000 to settle a judgment lien dispute is not entitled to interest, the Court of Appeals of Indiana has ...
U.S. Supreme Court police officers last fall staffed a table at Washington's armory, where runners picked up their numbers and T-shirts for the Army 10-Miler road race. The officers were seeking to ...
A motion for judicial notice in a federal dispute over Indiana’s campaign contribution laws has drawn a rebuke from the 7th ...
The rule would require all courts to record hearings in all case types, but would “prohibit” stenography and shorthand — a ...
Despite her private health information being broadcast to the public on the radio, a woman failed to overturn the entry of ...
A federal judge in Wisconsin ruled Wednesday that a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the father of a man shot and killed by Kyle Rittenhouse during a protest in 2020 can proceed against Rittenhouse, ...
Companies both large and small continue to grapple with how ESG issues affect their risk management, strategic investments ...