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CASA and opioid crisis focus of the State of the Judiciary

By Kirsten Nielsen TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS — Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush used her State of the Judiciary address to focus attention on the toll of the opioid crisis on Hoosier children. In her fourth State of the Judiciary address Wednesday, Rush touched on issues revolving around the opioid epidemic, children in need of child […]

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“Partners in justice” honored in State of the Judiciary

By Sarah Ramon TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – Chief Justice Loretta Rush dedicated her third State of the Judiciary address to “partners in justice” across Indiana Wednesday. “Our courts carried out our constitutional mission in the 1,396,362 cases that came before us last year,” Rush said. “But we do not fulfill our mission alone.” Dozens of judges […]

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Chief Justice Loretta Rush focuses on timely justice in State of the Judiciary speech

By Sarah Ramon TheStatehouseFile.com  INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Chief Justice Loretta Rush reflected on last year’s successes and this year’s goals during the State of the Judiciary Wednesday. “As we stand at the threshold of our third century of statehood, our Hoosier courts will be called on to be more nimble, more affordable, more accessible, more […]


Upcoming State of the Judiciary to address e-filing, drug issues

Staff Report TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The annual State of the Judiciary will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Indiana’s Chief Justice Loretta Rush will address Gov. Mike Pence and a joint session of the General Assembly at 2 p.m. Rush will give an annual update on the status of the courts. She will be focusing […]

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Chief justice delivers final, emotional address

By Sandie Love The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – Chief Justice Randall Shepard gave his final State of the Judiciary speech Wednesday, highlighting the court’s most recent achievements and recognizing colleagues that brought him near tears. The beginning of Shepard’s speech refers to the courts of Indiana as once being like a “collection of Lone Rangers” […]