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Justices Preserve Public Access to Lake Michigan Shore
Posted on: Mar 29, 2018

You may walk the shore of Lake Michigan, Indiana’s Supreme Court held recently. Justices settled that question in a landmark case, finding that the state’s public trust rights to the Lake Michigan shore extend to the ordinary high-water mark.

Governor Holcomb Calls Special Legislative Session After Chaotic End
Posted on: Mar 21, 2018

Gov. Eric Holcomb announced he will call a special legislative session after a chaotic finish to the 2018 legislative session that let a couple of his priorities die without a vote.

Supreme Court: Recusal not Required Though Attorney was Reference for Judge
Posted on: Mar 7, 2018

In January, the Indiana Supreme Court concluded in L.G. v. S.L., et al., 18S-AD-32, that a trial court judge was “not required to recuse himself from a case solely because counsel for one of the parties served as a professional reference and wrote a recommendation letter in support of a judge’s application for another judicial role.”

Marion County Judicial Incumbent Interviews Scheduled
Posted on: Feb 26, 2018

On March 12 and 13 the Marion County Judicial Selection Committee (MCJSC) will conduct interviews of the incumbent trial court judges seeking retention. The interviews will take place in Room 319 of the State House in Indianapolis. The interviews are open to the public, and the schedule is as follows.

Bill Expanding AG's Standing in Settlements Divides Committee
Posted on: Feb 2, 2018

A bill expanding the Indiana Attorney General’s ability to intervene in certain settlements that do not involve constitutional issues cleared a Statehouse committee Monday on a party-line vote.

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