• Ind. Decisions - "Court: St. Joe prosecutor used perjured testimony"

    Madeline Buckley of the South Bend Tribune reports today on yesterday's Court of Appeals opinion in Antonio Smith v. State of Indiana. The story begins: In a decision that reversed a Mishawaka man's felony conviction, the Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled a St. Joseph County deputy prosecutor knowingly used perjured testimony in a jury trial for the burglary case.

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  • Ind. Law - Indiana Tech Selects New Law School Dean

    On May 29th the ILB reported "Dean Resigns Abruptly at Indiana Tech Law School." On June 15th the ILB had a post with this heading: "Indiana Tech replaces uppercase law dean with lowercase prof." The post included a statement from a Fort Wayne Journal Gazette story: "After Alexander's departure was announced, the university appointed andré douglas pond cummings as interim dean of the law school.

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  • Ind. Decisions - Court of Appeals issues 2 today (and 6 NFP)

    Monday, November 24, 2014 For publication opinions today (2): In In re the Visitation of H.B., Adam Burris v. Timothy W. Schmidt and Anita J. Schmidt , a 10-page opinion, Judge Najam writes: Adam Burris (“Father”) appeals the trial court’s grandparent visitation order in favor of Timothy W. Schmidt and Anita J. Schmidt (“the Grandparents”) and with respect to Burris’ minor daughter, H.B.

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  • Ind. Courts - Indiana Trial Court Fee Manual worth perusing

    The Indiana Courts site is featuring a 37-page publication, which is current through 2014 legislative session, titled "Indiana Trial Court Fee Manual." The report begins with filing fees. Starting on p. 12 and running through p.36 are the multitude of less well-known "Fees/Costs Assessed by a Court or Clerk." [The above list might be read in conjunction wi ...

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  • Ind. Decisions - Upcoming oral arguments this week and next

    This week's oral arguments before the Supreme Court (week of 11/24/14): Monday, Nov. 24 9:00 AM - Billy Young v. State of Indiana (49A02-1310-CR-868) Young and others were fighting with the victim. Young, who had a gun, handed it to one of the other men involved in the fight, but neither of them shot the gun. A third, unidentified man, then shot and killed the victim.

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  • Ind. Decisions - Court of Appeals issues 4 today (and 5 NFP)

    Friday, November 21, 2014 For publication opinions today (4): In Destination Yachts, Inc., and Sheldon Graber v. Jim R. Fine, a 9-page opinion, Judge May writes: Destination Yachts, Inc., (“Destination”) and Sheldon Graber1 appeal the entry of judgment in favor of Jim R. Fine. Although they raise two issues, we find one dispositive: Whether the trial court abused its discret ...

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