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Menard: Toss Hilberts' attorneys for wrongdoing

Lawyers for Indianapolis power couple Steve and Tomisue Hilbert are slinging “ludicrous allegations” of witness tampering just to cover up their own wrongdoing, according to the latest broadside from the attorneys representing John Menard, the Hilberts’ former business partner.
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Ex-county auditor accused of stealing funds sued by state

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has sued a former county auditor accused by officials of stealing nearly $350,000 in public funds to spend on personal items.
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Six central Indiana dental employees reach plea deals

Prosecutors have struck plea agreements with six former employees of an Anderson dental clinic in connection with a Medicaid fraud investigation.
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Lawmakers aim to restrict access to meth ingredients

The leaders of Indiana communities hit hard by methamphetamine are arguing for a state law requiring prescriptions to buy cold and allergy pills.
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House panel OKs much-revised Sunday alcohol sales bill

The proposal to legalize Sunday carry-out alcohol sales in Indiana now could force grocery stores and pharmacies to follow the same regulations as liquor stores.
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'No relief' for law school enrollment slump

Just like at law schools across the nation, enrollment has fallen at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law, IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law at IUPUI and Valparaiso University Law School in northwest Indiana.
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Anthem sued over massive data breach by California consumer

Anthem Inc. faces what may be the first of many consumer lawsuits a day after disclosing that hackers obtained data on tens of millions of current and former customers and employees.
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Anthem data breach already sparks class-action lawsuit

At least one Indianapolis law firm already is preparing a lawsuit against Anthem Inc., after hackers stole personal information on as many as 80 million customers. The breach is certain to spur much more litigation.
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Court costs could increase to pay for more technology

Court fees to pay for new technology would rise at least 80 percent if legislation passed by the Indiana House Courts and Criminal Code Committee on Wednesday becomes law.
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Cuban immigrant gets 6 years for theft of Lilly drugs

A Cuban immigrant was sentenced Wednesday to more than six years in prison for his role in the 2010 heist of a Connecticut warehouse in which the robbers filled a tractor-trailer with more than $50 million worth of Eli Lilly and Co. pharmaceuticals.
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