Charlie White is appealing his February 2012 conviction on charges of voter fraud, perjury and theft that came a year after he was elected Secretary of State.
Secretary of State Charlie White is not being required to serve his one-year home detention sentence while he appeals convictions of voter fraud.
Charlie White's attorney is arguing his previous attorney did not properly defend him because he did not allow White to take the stand.
Legislators in some states are pointing to Indiana’s law as an example of a strict photo voter ID law.
The former Secretary of State is appealing his criminal convictions.
Today is the deadline to register to vote in the May 8 primary election.
White is still appealing parts of his conviction, complicating the choice for a replacement.
An Indiana Supreme Court ruling on Charlie White's residency paves the way for Governor Mitch Daniels to appoint a new Secretary of State.
White faces sentencing today on six felony charges.
A jury has convicted Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White of voter fraud and theft.