Chief Justice Loretta Rush told lawmakers the state’s court system is prepared to meet the challenges it faces, including the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Indiana scored poorly in all categories, including its pretrial detention rate.
Fifty-five of the state's 92 counties have adopted mandatory electronic filing for most new criminal and civil lawsuits over the past 15 months.
An Al Jazeera report alleges former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning took HGH during his neck injury recovery in 2011.
The Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Association wants to create a new crime: aggravated drug dealing.
The first pilot program is in Hamilton County. The next step for e-filing is to implement it in the state’s appellate courts.
A group comprised of judges, lawyers, lawmakers and business leaders will spend the next few months developing procedures for so-called commercial courts.
Rush says Indiana will begin this year a move to statewide electronic filing in its courts.
A national justice organization condemned Indiana for its available resources to deaf people during legal proceedings.
If this ruling stands, Democratic challenger Vop Osili is the winner of the election and will become Indiana’s Secretary of State.