Articles tagged as: Indiana Supreme Court

Disciplinary Case Against AG Hill Moves Forward
Rental Fee Decision Could Sap Planned West Lafayette Revenue
IU Maurer Law School Students To Assist Judges Across State
Study Commission Will Investigate Indiana's Poor Bar Exam Passage Rates
Indiana Supreme Court Rules Blocked Crossing Ban Bad For Business
Indiana Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Civil Forfeiture Case
State Can't Cite Railroads For Stopping Trains In Crossings
New Haven City Court Judge Faces Disciplinary Charges
Indiana Chief Justice Hails Progress Of Family Recovery Courts
State Supreme Court Considers Constitutionality Of Rental Fee Caps