Indiana lawmakers Wednesday studied the potential of a move to prohibit the death penalty in cases where a defendant has a serious mental illness.
The state hasn't executed a death row inmate since 2009.
Prosecutors will seek the death penalty for the man charged with fatally shooting a police officer who was trying to help him following a car crash.
The Indiana Supreme Court will review an appeals court ruling which found that the state can't execute prisoners with a previously unused drug combination.
Indiana can’t use its preferred choice of lethal injection drug after the state Court of Appeals ruled it didn’t use the proper rulemaking procedure.
A Marion County judge is scheduled Thursday to formally sentence 20-year-old Johnathan Cruz.
The Marion County Public Defender's office says the county could have spent more than $1 million on the murder case.
A Lake County judge is allowing a man to file an appeal to the Indiana Supreme Court on the basis that the state's death penalty law is unconstitutional.
A political analyst talks about this week's election, what comes into play as a prosecutor decides whether to pursue the death penalty and Naloxone addiction.
A look inside how the Marion County Prosecutor determines whether to pursue the death penalty in qualifying cases, and how it impacts the county.