In this case, a police dog’s alert to the presence of narcotics in a vehicle gave an officer “probable cause to arrest and thus search the vehicle’s passenger.”
Misdemeanor expungement statutes as in effect prior to Mar. 26, 2014 did not allow trial court to deny expungement based on victim’s statement.
The trial court erred in modifying custody when neither party requested a modification of custody.
Grandparents were not “lawful custodians” or “de facto custodians” as statutorily required for notice and consent for their grandchild’s adoption.
Co-Alliance, LLP v. Monticello Farm Service, Inc., No. 91A05-1312-PL-607, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., April 23, 2014).
Adopts the majority rule on agreements to modify the priority of liens securing interests in a borrower’s assets.