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Defendants Can’t Be Jailed Solely Because of Inability to Post Bail, Judge Says
Posted on: Jul 19, 2017

The chief judge of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Ill., issued an order on Monday that bail-reform advocates hope will be a turning point in the national controversy over requiring defendants to pay more money than they can afford in order to be set free on bail before their trials.

Notice of Proposed Local Rule Amendments
Posted on: Jul 10, 2017

The judges of Marion County Courts, in compliance with the provisions of Trial Rule 81, have given notice of proposed amendments to their local court rule concerning Criminal Division Rules at LR49-CR00-108. BAIL.

Bar-wide, time sensitive opportunities
Posted on: Jun 16, 2017

The IndyBar has some updates that you may want to share with your section members or colleagues. Please note: some of these opportunities have fast-approaching deadlines.

Experts Warn That Ransomware Ponzi Scheme May Grow
Posted on: Jun 7, 2017

Criminals have quickly realized that people are willing to pay hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars in ransom.

Prosecutor seeks special grand jury to probe inmate's death
Posted on: May 24, 2017

A prosecutor called for a special grand jury to be convened in the case of a mentally ill inmate who died after being jailed on charges of stealing $5 worth of junk food.

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