The Indiana Supreme Court wants to ensure that an attorney sentenced in connection with the misappropriation of funds from six estates totaling more than $700,000 won’t practice law again.
Capping a years-long court battle, justices held that overlapping ownership between Monarch Beverage Co. and Spirited Sales LLC should keep the latter from getting a state permit to wholesale liquor.
Wabash Superior Judge Christopher Goff, 45, has been selected as the 110th justice of the Indiana Supreme Court, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced Monday.
Gov. Eric Holcomb will have 60 days to choose one of three names forwarded by the Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission.
The Judicial Nominating Commission will report the finalists to Gov. Eric Holcomb in the coming days. Once that happens, Holcomb has 60 days to choose one to replace retiring Justice Robert Rucker.
Spirited Sales and the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission are at odds in a lawsuit that could decide whether Indiana beer and wine wholesalers can also legally sell liquor.
Justice Robert Rucker, a Vietnam veteran who was awarded a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star for heroism, plans to retire this year after 18 years on the court.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller said he will ask the Indiana Supreme Court to put on hold a lower court ruling that said the state must grant a wholesaler permit to Spirited Sales LLC, a company affiliated with Monarch Beverage that wants to sell liquor.
The high court’s ruling leaves in place a trial court and state appeals court decision that ruled an Indiana hospital will have to release information about how it charges and offers discounts to insured patients.
The rules announced Wednesday by the Indiana Supreme Court include assessing whether a person is a flight risk or poses a public safety threat.
Timothy Durham was convicted in 2012 for his role in a Ponzi scheme that defraud investors in Fair Finance Co. of more than $200 million. He is currently serving a 50-year federal prison sentence.
The Indiana Supreme Court on Tuesday removed the judge who has presided for six years over the litigation between the state and IBM over the failed $1.3 billion welfare-modernization contract.
Former Indiana Secretary of State Charlie White might never be allowed to practice law again, the Indiana Supreme Court suggested Tuesday in extending his suspension for at least another two years.
The Indiana Supreme Court has released a list of attorneys who could be suspended for compliance issues, including failing to pay registration fees or complying with continuing legal education requirements.
The Indiana Supreme Court’s Disciplinary Commission is recommending former Marion County Prosecutor Carl J. Brizzi III be punished for “a pattern of misconduct” that occurred during his time in office.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has chosen Indianapolis attorney Geoffrey G. Slaughter to fill a vacancy on the state Supreme Court.
Members of Indiana’s legal community and state government gathered Friday to honor Indiana Justice Brent Dickson on his last day on the court.
Gov. Mike Pence is using a recent Indiana Supreme Court decision over lawmaker emails to argue that he should not be required to release documents that have been deemed by law to be public records.