Indiana

Legal Ethics

Bankruptcy lawyer suspended for ‘screwing banks’ ads

Ethics

Duty to report cases of child abuse involving clients is not absolute, says state ethics opinion

Criminal Justice

Drug defendant’s turnaround a ‘Christmas present’ for judge, who gives him a hug

Constitutional Law

New courthouse nativity display puts founding fathers, Lady Liberty next to Bill of Rights in manger

Immigration Law

Indiana’s refusal to accept Syrian refugees violates Constitution, ACLU suit says

Legal Ethics

Lawyer who criticized judge’s ‘stubbornly injudicious attitude’ is suspended

Constitutional Law

Annual holiday season battle begins over nativity scenes

First Amendment

Federal judge blocks Indiana from enforcing ‘ballot selfie’ ban

Constitutional Law

County’s judges and public defenders are sued over alleged inadequate representation

Constitutional Law

Federal judge dismisses ACLU suit over courthouse lawn nativity scene

Legal Ethics

Child abuse reporting law is often trumped by lawyer’s duty of confidentiality, ethics opinion says

Judiciary

7th Circuit overturns unique halvsies procedure for judicial elections

Constitutional Law

Can cop have 0INK as his vanity plate? Top state court mulls First Amendment case

Evidence

This dog helped sniff out porn evidence against Jared Fogle

Judiciary

Indiana county clerk banned from courthouse in dispute with judges

Law in Popular Culture

Wrong man arrested on ‘troubling’ reality TV show has no civil rights case, 7th Circuit rules

Constitutional Law

7th Circuit says court erred by upholding prison’s refusal to allow inmate and former guard to marry

Criminal Justice

Mayor declares local Wal-Mart a public nuisance

Cybersecurity

Nearly 4 million affected by hack on medical records systems software company, feds say

Legislation & Lobbying

Five years after ‘Rosa’s Law’ eliminated ‘R-word’ from federal lexicon, movement continues to grow