Lawsuit On Suspended Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill's Fate StallsA lawyer maintains the Indiana attorney general’s office is trying to stymie a court fight on whether Republican Attorney General Curtis Hill can be ousted from office while his law license remains suspended until next week for groping four women during a party.
Indiana Supreme Court Asked To Rule On Whether Attorney General Curtis Hill Can Keep Job After Law License SuspendedState law requires the attorney general to be “duly licensed to practice law in Indiana,” but it doesn’t specify whether the person can continue serving under a temporary suspension.
Indiana Supreme Court Suspends Attorney General Curtis Hill's Law License For 30 Days Over Groping ClaimsThe unanimous court decision said that the state’s attorney disciplinary commission “proved by clear and convincing evidence that (Hill) committed the criminal act of battery.”
Indiana Mulls Law Aiming To Limit Lake Michigan Beach AccessThe legislation, sponsored by state Rep. Doug Miller, would give up the state's ownership of large swaths of Indiana’s lake shoreline to adjacent private property owners if the property description in their deeds indicates the land extends to Lake Michigan.
Indiana Supreme Court Sides With Railroads Over Blocked CrossingsThe Indiana Supreme Court has struck down a more than 150-year-old state law that allowed local governments to fine railroads when a stopped train blocks a street for more than 10 minutes.
Indiana Beach Property Mark In DisputeDon and Bobbie Gunderson of Long Beach want the court to decide the homeowner's property extends all the way to the water.
"Elkhart Four" Ask Indiana Supreme Court To Hear Their CaseThe Indiana Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday in the case of the so-called “Elkhart Four,” in which three young men were sentenced to long prison terms for murder, in the death of a friend who was shot by a homeowner while they were burglarizing his home.
Indiana Supreme Court To Hear Lawsuit Over Higher Charges For The UninsuredA lawsuit set to go before the Indiana Supreme Court next month will be anxiously watched by hospital administrators around the nation.
Police 'Badger Stops' Challenged In IndianaThe legality of police systematically stopping drivers for traffic offenses, then searching vehicles, could go before the Indiana Supreme Court.