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August 15, 2017


Judge Again Postpones Pretrial Conference For Daniel Messel

Daniel Messel is charged with raping and beating a young woman in Bloomington in 2012.

August 9, 2017


Man Charged In Indiana Officer’s Slaying Due In Court

An Indianapolis man accused of fatally shooting a police officer who was helping him following a car crash is due in court for his initial hearing.

July 19, 2017


Vigo County Courthouse Considers New Rule Banning Electronics

The proposed new rule states that anyone entering a courtroom building is prohibited from having electronic devices in their possession, including cell phones.

June 21, 2017


Court Orders New Sentencing For Ex-Indiana Sheriff’s Deputy

The former Putnam County deputy was found guilty in 2014 of using excessive force on two people he arrested.

February 27, 2017


Judge Sentences Kyle Parker To 60 Years In Toddler’s Death

Kyle Parker has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for killing a 15-month-old girl after kidnapping her from a relative's home.

February 27, 2017


Man Faces Sentencing In Abduction Slaying Of Indiana Toddler

Kyle Parker could be sentenced during a Monday court hearing after he pleaded guilty to murder and kidnapping on Feb. 3.

April 12, 2016


State Supreme Court Rules Indianapolis Smoking Ban Is Legal

The ruling overturned part of an Indiana Court of Appeals ruling which said the exemption for the off track betting facility violated the state constitution.

February 22, 2016


Scalia’s Death May Affect Federal Judge Nominees In Indiana

Last month, President Obama nominated Winfield Ong and Myra Selby to the federal bench.

June 24, 2015


Benford Makes Initial Court Appearance In HIV Case

The Terre Haute man facing charges for knowingly infecting women with HIV made his first court appearance Tuesday.

September 22, 2014


State Council: More Funding Needed To Represent Juveniles

The Indiana Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges says the state needs to put more money into providing public defenders for juveniles.

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