Gov. Eric Holcomb will have 60 days to choose one of three names forwarded by the Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission.
An Indianapolis judge has ruled in favor of three former Irwin Union Bank & Trust Co. executives, closing the book on a civil suit that the bank’s bankruptcy trustee originally filed in 2011.
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly joins two other moderate Democrats who are backing Judge Neil Gorsuch.
Two federal judges from Wisconsin are helping their counterparts in the Southern District of Indiana tackle their large caseload.
Judges have an aggressive timeline for making the decision whether to move courts to the Twin Aire neighborhood with the city’s proposed criminal justice complex.
Judges would be selected by a nominating commission and the governor—rather than through elections—under the proposal that is supported by Republicans and opposed by some Democrats.
With the previous selection process deemed unconstitutional, a legislative panel has boosted a bill advocating merit-based picks and keeping a partisan balance on the bench.
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.
Marion County courts process about 12 million pages of documents every year. Beginning this month, the paper system will switch to digital, requiring buy-in from attorneys, judges and clerks.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday seemed likely to preserve the government's broad power to crack down on insider trading on Wall Street.
The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission has granted Spirited Sales a temporary permit to sell wholesale liquor after a Marion County special judge denied the state’s request for a stay on her August ruling for the company.
The 72-page suit filed in federal court Thursday argues the informed consent law the Legislature passed this year has no medical justification.
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.
One e-liquid manufacturer will get a short reprieve from the state’s new vaping laws, which effectively shut many players out of the market.
Six e-liquid makers have applications pending with the state, which has until late Thursday to approve new permits. Meanwhile, critics of Indiana’s controversial vaping laws hope federal judges will block them from taking effect.
During Tuesday’s hearing, a federal judge questioned whether the law would infringe on some women’s right to an abortion.
Investigators said Jaime C. Lopez swindled hundreds of thousands of dollars from investors—using money he was supposed to invest to buy automobiles, make mortgage payments and pay for home landscaping.
The Supreme Court failed to resolve a knotty dispute between faith-based groups and the Obama administration over birth control on Monday.