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Today's Supreme Court has as its basis a Constitutional Amendment which was ratified by the people in 1970 and which took effect January 1, 1972. The Amendment represented an almost complete rewriting of the 1851 Constitution's Judicial Article. It removed members of the Supreme... Learn more »

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Commission selects 11 finalists for second interview

MAR 22, 2017 | Press Release

The Judicial Nominating Commission named 11 finalists for the 110th Supreme Court judicial position. The Commission conducted public interviews of twenty applicants March 21-22. The following applicants will be invited to second interviews with the JNC in April:

Hon. Vicki L. Carmichael, Clark Circuit Court 4
Hon. Peter R. Foley, Morgan Superior Court 1 
Hon. Christopher M. Goff, Wabash Superior Court
Hon. Maria D. Granger, Floyd Superior Court 3
Ms. Elizabeth C. Green, Indianapolis, Indiana
Ms. Leslie C. Henderzahs, Fishers, Indiana
Hon. Steven L. Hostetler, St. Joseph Superior Court 
Hon. Matthew C. Kincaid, Boone Superior Court 1
Mr. William N. Riley, Indianapolis, Indiana
Mr. Peter J. Rusthoven, Indianapolis, Indiana
Rep. Thomas W. Washburne, Evansville, Indiana

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Supreme Court presents budget requests

MAR 16, 2017 | Announcement

Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush will make budget requests for the judicial branch for the 2018 and 2019 fiscal years on Thursday, March 16 at 11:00 am to the Senate Appropriations Committee in room 431 of the State House.

The requests to fund court operations such as technology, specialized courts, court interpreter programs, and civil legal aid make up less than 1% of the state budget.

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