A client's question answered.
The Indiana Supreme Court issues another reminder that the Indiana Constitution sometimes offers more protections than the Bill of Rights.
The Court reminds police that the use of flash-bang grenades should not be routine practice when executing a search warrant.
The police can obtain probable cause to arrest by a process of elimination.
Some state employees are overworked and the courts can't do anything about it
The Indiana Court of Appeals decides two criminal appeals.
The court decides a case about a wrestling promoter's duty to care for his audience.
Two recent decisions of the Indiana Court of Appeals
New laws of interest to Hoosiers generally and Carmel residents in particular
The Indiana Supreme Court decides a case important to personal injury lawyers.