Declines to adopt a due process judicial reliability screening procedure for eyewitness identification evidence.
Statutory confidentiality for Board of Pharmacy prescription database protects prescription subject’s physician-patient and pharmacist-patient privileges, and subject’s criminal defense discovery request for prescription records waived these privileges’ protection, so that Board’s objections to disclosure based on confidentiality were without merit.
In an habitual offender proceeding, “an unsigned judgment is not sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt the fact of a prior conviction.”
A local youth soccer team cannot recover under the state youth soccer governing association’s business auto-insurance policy for injuries sustained when the van in which they were riding was involved in an accident, because the van was not being used in the business of the association, a condition for coverage under the insurance policy at issue.
Because the trial court’s order was not a final appealable judgment, the Indiana Supreme Court has no subject matter jurisdiction to hear an appeal on the trial court’s order denying medical malpractice defendants’ request for a preliminary determination and requesting dismissal due to the plaintiff’s dilatory conduct.