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Reddy, Reger, Weissmann nominees for Court of Appeals vacancy

July 1, 2020 | Press Release

The Indiana Judicial Nominating Commission has selected Judge Lakshmi Reddy, Ms. Lisa Reger, and Ms. Leanna K. Weissmann as the three nominees for the upcoming vacancy on the Court of Appeals of Indiana District One.

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Public invited to comment on proposed rule changes

June 30, 2020 | Notice

The Supreme Court invites attorneys, judges, and members of the public to comment on proposed changes to the Indiana Rules of Court. Feedback may be mailed or submitted online by noon ET on Thursday, July 30, 2020.

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Watch live trial court proceedings online

June 29, 2020 | Press Release

Indiana trial courts have the ability to stream court proceedings live on public.courts.in.gov. Due to the pandemic, some hearings that would normally take place in the courthouse and be open to the public are instead happening remotely. To encourage public access, the Indiana Supreme Court is providing the trial courts with a free videoconferencing platform to webcast proceedings.

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Statement on Race & Equity from Chief Justice Rush

June 5, 2020 | Statement

The gravity of the events across the country and here in Indiana demanding equity--both peaceful protests and violent outbursts--require a response from the judicial branch. The courts play a vital role in our society's aim toward justice for all. Courts are the hallowed halls within which justice is sought. It is guaranteed by due process and equal protection rights. But, if their power is abused, courts can be complicit in perpetuating the bias and inequity that are carved in our nation's history. As Chief Justice of Indiana, I want to make known that we can and must do better.

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