Indiana can move forward with lethal injections following an Indiana Supreme Court ruling sanctioning the state’s use of a new lethal injection drug.
An attorney is planning to ask the state Supreme Court to consider if an Indiana county's public defender system is violating the rights of poor defendants.
The case involves a Long Beach murder suspect whose supposedly private conversation with his attorney in a police interrogation room was recorded.
The Indiana Supreme Court says Evansville Police did not use unreasonable force by using a SWAT team and a flash-bang grenade on a home with an infant inside.
A long battle of tax disputes between the CVS Health Corporation and the Monroe County assessor now has an even split of wins and losses.
The Indiana Supreme Court wants to ensure that an attorney sentenced in connection with alleged misappropriation of funds from six estates won't practice law.
The Indiana Supreme Court ruled that while the age of consent for sexual activity is 16, sending a 16-year-old a sexually explicit photograph is a crime.
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.
Supreme Court Justice Geoffrey Slaughter writes that state law isn’t specific when it comes to enforcing the caseload requirements.
Former Wabash County Superior Court Judge Christopher Goff was sworn in Monday by Chief Justice Loretta Rush at the court's Statehouse offices.