Shepard praised the technological innovations Indiana’s court system has made over the past few years.
The court ruled a state law that requires a live operator on the phone before any recorded message does not violate the right to free speech.
The state called for a rehearing after the Court’s first opinion was thought to say citizens had no right to resist police from entering their homes illegally.
The Indiana Supreme Court has refused to take over jurisdiction in the election challenge against Secretary of State Charlie White.
The Court has agreed to hear White's petition this morning, and the Recount Commission will hear White's testimony tomorrow.
An Indianapolis State Senator plans a challenge to an Indiana Supreme Court ruling.
Criminal Justice Professor says Indiana’s judicial system is antiquated, and new methods of rehabilitation are needed for modern offenders.
A Democrat who was part of his party’s 1995 walkout says it may be time to call on a panel of mediators to help bring Democratic House members back.
Indiana Chief Justice Randall Shepard, in his State of the Judiciary speech Wednesday, outlined both challenges and changes affecting the state’s legal system.
For Indiana lawyers, “ambulance-chasing” will soon be a thing of the past.