Ind. Code § 34-51-3-6, the punitive damages statute, does not give the state power to intervene in otherwise private litigation, at any stage in the proceedings.
Evidence for revocation of probation was insufficient when it did not provide any basis to conclude phenobarbital was taken after period of probation had begun.
Using the flexibility provided in the Indiana Child Support Guidelines, the trial court properly modified a child support order regarding calculation of health insurance premiums and application of Social Security Retirement benefits.
As long as father is first given the opportunity to exercise additional parenting time, mother’s boyfriend can continue to exercise unsupervised time with children.
Reverses trial court’s discretionary award of “credit for time served” for pre-trial home detention, and affirms trial court’s denial of “good time credit” for the same pre-trial home detention.