Retiring Indiana Supreme Court Justice Robert Rucker was awarded one of the state's highest civilian honors during a farewell ceremony Monday.
The finalists are vying to replace retiring Justice Robert Rucker, who is stepping down in May after 26 years on the bench.
The committee is working to name a finalist to replace retiring Justice Robert Rucker.
Rucker was the first black man appointed to Indiana’s Supreme Court and is the last Democratic appointee.
The shooter couldn’t legally buy a gun because he was a convicted felon. So another man bought it instead and sold it to the shooter.
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.