Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson denied a request by former Celadon Group Inc. President William Meek to travel to a Mexican resort for a birthday celebration while he is awaiting trial on multiple fraud charges.
Governor’s mask order carries no penalties for non-compliance, reveals end date
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s executive order, signed Friday, does not include penalties for violations. The state attorney general said this week that the governor does not have legal authority to enforce a mask mandate.Read More
Retail developer who took his own life was dogged by debts
Craig Johnson left behind what court records show is millions of dollars in debt that might not be covered by his estate.Read More
Federal judge blocks state panhandling law from taking effect
A federal judge has issued a ruling against a new state law that would have effectively banned panhandling in downtown Indianapolis starting Wednesday, calling it unconstitutional.Read More
Retail real estate scions to battle in court–again
David Simon and Bobby Taubman are battling now in court over whether Simon Property Group is obligated to complete the $3.6 billion purchase of Michigan-based Taubman Centers that it announced in February.Read More
Prosecutors say the court should deny William Meek’s request to travel to Mexico for his birthday while he awaits trial on multiple fraud charges.
NRA President Carolyn Meadows labeled Attorney General Letitia James a “political opportunist” who was pursuing a “rank vendetta” with an attack on its members’ Second Amendment rights.
Dimos, 59, had become the general counsel of the Chicago-based American Bar Association in September.
General Motors is asking a federal judge to reconsider his dismissal of a lawsuit based on new allegations that Fiat Chrysler bribed union officials and GM employees with millions stashed in secret foreign bank accounts.
A 17-year-old hacked the Twitter accounts of prominent politicians, celebrities and technology moguls to scam people around globe out of more than $100,000 in Bitcoin, authorities said Friday.
The department said the new policies include an emphasis on deescalating potentially volatile situations and explicitly ban officers from using chokeholds and shooting into or from moving vehicles.
The Indiana Supreme Court issued an order Wednesday again revamping the July 2020 bar exam, opting to send test questions by email and allowing applicants to refer to notes and course materials during the test.
Despite the upheaval and uncertainty the pandemic has created for legal education, law school admissions officers say this fall’s first-year law class will likely be the same size, if not bigger, than the class that started in fall 2019.
Mayor Andy Cook passively vetoed a Westfield City Council-approved resolution Thursday by not signing the measure, meaning proposed additional oversight of Grand Park’s contracts will not take effect unless the resolution is approved a second time by the council.
Federal investigators said Frank “Bread” Powell organized a ring that used more than 5,000 fraudulent checks to purchase gift cards and merchandise from Kroger and other stores in 12 states from January 2016 until April 2018.
Attorney General Curtis Hill said in an advisory opinion Wednesday night that Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb should call a special session if he wants to make masks a requirement.
The underwriters claim in the federal lawsuit that the Roman Catholic Archdiocese’s failure to disclose allegations against a suspended priest renders the policy void.
With about 9,300 locations in the United States, Walgreens is one of the largest retailers by store count.
Daniel Lewis Lee, 47, of Yukon, Oklahoma, professed his innocence just before he was executed by lethal injection at the federal prison in Terre Haute.
A U.S. district judge on Monday ordered a new delay in federal executions, hours before the first lethal injection was scheduled to be carried out at a federal prison in Indiana.
The ruling came two years after the court granted a preliminary injunction blocking the law from taking effect following its 2018 passage.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on Thursday said the contract with Decatur, Georgia-based Utility Inc. will equip 1,100 officers with BodyWorn camera technology for more than five years.
The lawsuit filed in federal court in Indianapolis on behalf of Common Cause Indiana argues that the state law wrongly thwarts voters and political parties from protecting the right to vote.
The outcome is at least a short-term victory for Trump, who has strenuously sought to keep his financial records private.