Affirms criminal trespass conviction based on evidence defendant was seen running near the scene of the alleged crime not long after a security alarm was activated and voices and noises were heard inside the premises.
Removal of juror on basis he was refusing to deliberate was reversible error.
The trial court abused it discretion by proceeding with a hearing and terminating parental rights in the parent’s absence when the parent was in jail.
Reputation, privacy, and identity are not chattel under T.R. 75(A)(2).
“[W]hen a trial court accepts a plea agreement with an executed time cap, its discretion to impose further punitive conditions of probation does not extend beyond what the plea agreement specifies.”