The slow economy is hurting progress on an endowment that would help pro bono lawyers repay debt.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said more than 1,300 Hoosiers are eligible for restitution from United Financial Systems Corp. in the wake of a court ruling against the Indianapolis-based company. The company also faces at least two class-action lawsuits.
The Indiana Supreme Court has agreed to review a court ruling that found the Family and Social Services Administration wrongly cut off recipients' welfare benefits for not cooperating without telling them specifically what they did wrong.
The Indiana Supreme Court said Thursday it has appointed Stephen Owens as the state's top public defender, replacing Susan K. Carpenter, who retired in May after nearly 30 years in office.
Attorney General Greg Zoeller says he supports asking the state Supreme Court to revisit its recent ruling that found people don't have the right to resist police officers who enter their homes illegally.
A three-judge panel of the Chicago-based appeals court Monday reversed its own July ruling that said the NCAA must face a lawsuit by consumers claiming its ticket-distribution method violates Indiana law.
Gov. Mitch Daniels has appointed Boone Circuit Court Judge Steven David to the Indiana Supreme Court.
A long-running legal battle among members of the Lee family of North Vernon over the valuation of their hotel chain has come to an end.
One of the finalists, Marion Superior Court Judge Robyn Moberly, would be the first woman on the state’s highest court
Critics have argued that the law, which requires voters to show a photo ID to cast a ballot, violates the state constitution
because it isn’t applied equally to all voters. Those who vote by mail don't have to prove their identity.
Indiana Supreme Court Justice Theodore Boehm will step down this fall after 14 years on the bench.
Kenneth Core, who referred to himself in letters and electronic correspondence as Celadon Group’s general counsel, cannot practice law in Indiana until he receives a state law license, the Indiana Supreme Court said.
The state Supreme Court is considering changing Indiana’s rules governing advertising by attorneys.