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For the Center Township and Howard County assessors, July 17 loomed ever since the Indiana Supreme Court declined to hear the tax assessment appeal case... [Read More]
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After 21 years in custody, a man whose murder conviction was overturned by the Indiana Supreme Court is free. [Read More]
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After 21 years in custody, a man whose murder conviction was overturned by the Indiana Supreme Court is free. Madison County prosecutors dismissed a murder... [Read More]
The Indiana Supreme Court heard oral arguments Thursday morning from appellate attorneys representing Jeffrey Weisheit, who has been on death row since 2013 after being... [Read More]
The Indiana Supreme Court is considering the appeal of an Evansville man on death row. Forty-one year old Jeffrey Weisheit was convicted of setting a house... [Read More]
The Indiana Supreme Court is weighing the appeal of a man sentenced to death for setting a house fire that killed his fiancée's two children.... [Read More]
Former Indiana Supreme Court Justice Ted Boehm puts it perfectly: "There's not a single thing that would do more to improve the state of our... [Read More]
State law dictates caseload numbers for child protection workers. But who enforces state law? Not the Indiana Supreme Court, which ruled it can't for ... [Read More]
The Indiana Supreme Court will hear the appeal Thursday of a man convicted of one of the most gruesome murders in recent Evansville history. Jeffery... [Read More]
Christopher Goff on took a ceremonial oath, administered by Gov. Eric Holcomb, as Indiana's 110th Supreme Court justice. [Read More]
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Growing up, Justice Christopher Goff didn't have much, but what he did have was lofty goals. [Read More]
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Governor Holcomb said Goff's dedication to making the court systems better and his ability to be a forward thinker made him the best candidate. [Read More]
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The Indiana Supreme Court will hear arguments in the appeal of a man sentenced to death for setting a fire that killed his fiancee's two... [Read More]
The Indiana Supreme Court says it can't force the state Department of Child Services to abide by caseload limits that are require ... [Read More]
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The Indiana Supreme Court says it can't force the state Department of Child Services to abide by caseload limits that are required by law. [Read More]
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The Indiana Supreme Court says it can't force the state Department of Child Services to abide by caseload limits that are required by law. The... [Read More]
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The Indiana Supreme Court says it can't force the state Department of Child Services to abide by caseload limits that are required by law. The... [Read More]
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The justices said intervening in DCS' day-to-day affairs "would likely be a time-consuming intrusion beyond our institutional competence."        ... [Read More]
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– The Indiana Supreme Court ruled Monday that it cannot require the Department of Child Services (DCS) to limit worker caseloads. The state limit... [Read More]
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-- The Indiana Supreme Court ruled Monday that it cannot require the Department of Child Services (DCS) to limit worker caseloads. The state limit... [Read More]
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