Indiana counties are asking the state Supreme Court to restore their right to fire employees without having to defend it in court.
The Indiana Supreme Court, along with judges and lawyers around the state, is exploring ways to provide more free and low-cost legal services to Hoosiers.
Indiana saw several changes to its political roster after the 2012 elections.
Republican Mike Pence, Democrat John Gregg and Libertarian Rupert Boneham will have conversations with retired Chief Justice Randall Shepard.
The finalists are Hamilton County Judge Steven Nation, Tippecanoe County Judge Loretta Rush and Indianapolis attorney Geoffrey Slaughter.
The Judicial Nominating Commission has narrowed down the list of Indiana Supreme Court applicants to three.
The list of candidates to be Indiana‘s next Supreme Court justice has been slashed from 22 to 10.
One legal scholar says a group of younger justices could change the way the Indiana Supreme Court functions.
Another justice, Frank Sullivan, is already slated to retire later this year.
One legal analyst says there are two favorites for the job.