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Indiana courts to be all digital as soon as 2018

By Makenna Mays TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Supreme Court justices envision a future where accessing most court records can be as easy as opening a laptop. E-filing is expected to be used by every county in Indiana by the end of next year or by the beginning of 2019. According to the Indiana Supreme Court’s […]

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Goff named to the state Supreme Court

By Abrahm Hurt TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb has named Christopher Goff as the 110th member of the Indiana Supreme Court. “Judge Goff’s superb personal and professional qualities are evident to everyone who meets him,” Holcomb said during Monday’s announcement. “He has a profound respect for the Constitution and the rights and principles embodied […]

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New Supreme Court Justice Slaughter to be sworn in privately Monday

Staff Report TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — Attorney Geoffrey Slaughter will be sworn in as an Indiana Surpeme Court Justice Monday during a brief, private ceremony. Chief Justice Loretta Rush will administer the oath of office. This will allow Slaughter to begin deciding cases and handling administrative matters. He will hear his first arguments from the bench […]

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Attorney Geoffrey Slaughter appointed to the Indiana Supreme Court

By Alaa Abdeldaiem TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Mike Pence announced Monday his appointment of Indianapolis attorney Geoffrey Slaughter as the 109th Justice to the Indiana Supreme Court. Slaughter, who is currently a partner in the Indianapolis office of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, was one of three finalists recommended by the state’s Judicial Nomination Commission […]

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Indiana Supreme Court upholds Indianapolis smoking ban

By Jasmine Otam TheStatehouseFile.com  INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers who want to avoid second hand smoke can continue to breathe easy in Indianapolis after the Indiana Supreme Court ruled to uphold the current smoking ban. The Indianapolis ordinance was first passed in 2005, banning smoking in public businesses. The original ordinance exempted bars and taverns that had […]

Commentary: The human beings beneath the robes

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Commentary: The human beings beneath the robes

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Supreme Court Justices have first names. And they even use them with each other. That’s one thing I learn from talking with Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush and Supreme Court Justice Brent Dickson. We’re doing a radio show on the state’s highest court. We’d started out […]

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Gov. to pick from three nominees for the Indiana Supreme Court

Staff Report TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Mike Pence will consider three nominees to fill a vacancy on the Indiana Supreme Court. Justice Brent Dickson is retiring in April and leaving an empty seat on the court. The Judicial Nominating Commission selected St. Joseph Superior Court Judge Steven Hostetler, Boone Superior Court Judge Matthew Kincaid and […]

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Finalists named for open Indiana Supreme Court seat

Staff Report TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — Fifteen finalists have been named for the open seat on the Indiana Supreme Court. Justice Brent Dickson is retiring in April after 30 years as a judicial branch leader. Thirty judges and lawyers submitted applications. One withdrew his name from consideration. The Judicial Nominating Commission interviewed 29. The commission considers […]

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State appeals fenced hunting case; Zoeller appeals for legislative action

By Lesley Weidenbener TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The attorney general has asked the Indiana Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that says the state can’t regulate fenced deer hunting under current law. But Republican Greg Zoeller said his first choice is for lawmakers to step in and resolve a long-running dispute over whether the operations are […]

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Indiana Supreme Court requests funding for technology advances

By Jacob Rund TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Supreme Court presented its proposed budget Tuesday to the House Ways and Means Committee, requesting nearly $98 million in funds for the next biennium – including $24.4 million to increase court technology. Chief Justice Loretta Rush, accompanied by other high-ranking judiciary officials, told the committee about the […]

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