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Recent Proposed Rule Amendments May Have a Big Impact on Marion County Criminal Law Practitioners: Part 2, State Rules
Posted on: Nov 8, 2017

The Indiana Supreme Court recently announced several rule changes, effective January 1, 2018, that may have a big impact on criminal law practitioners.

Apply by November 3 for the Criminal Justice Section Scholarship!
Posted on: Oct 26, 2017

All of us recall the stress of becoming a new attorney. Between the inevitably mounting student loan debt and not knowing how you will fit in to the legal community, how could you possibly get involved or afford membership dues in the Indianapolis Bar Association? The Criminal Justice Section has the answer!

Recent Proposed Rule Amendments May Have a Big Impact on Marion County Criminal Law Practitioners
Posted on: Oct 23, 2017

Several recent local rule amendments may impact criminal law practitioners is Marion County. The amendments relate primarily to the end of the Arrestee Processing Center. The following table includes some of these important changes addressing initial hearings and pre-trial release.

New Felony Diversion Program Available
Posted on: Oct 13, 2017

The program capacity is 75 participants and will be hosted by Judge Helen Marchal in Criminal Court 15. Once a defendant is accepted, Nakeina will request transfer into Court 15.

Win a $100 Amazon Gift Certificate – Princeton University Survey on Defense Attorney Work Attitudes
Posted on: Oct 11, 2017

Princeton University isconducting a survey on attorney work attitudes, especially in relation to number of years in practice, caseload and work satisfaction. Your participation would be a big help in increasing understanding of the challenges attorneys face.

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