Passenger for whom there is no reasonable suspicion of a law violation does not commit “refusal to identify self” C misdemeanor if he refuses to identify himself.
Adopts Court of Appeals holding that A misdemeanor Operating While Intoxicated requires evidence on the element of endangerment.
Defendant has no jury trial right on sentencing factors for an offense committed after the current sentencing statutes took effect.
U.S. Supreme Court’s verdict unanimity requirement for individual components of a continuing criminal enterprise under federal criminal law is not applicable to Indiana child molesting cases.
KB Home Indiana, Inc. v. Rockville TBD Corp., No. 49A02-0909-CV-881, ___ N.E.2d ___ (Ind. Ct. App., June 18, 2010)
Owner’s action in negligence for defendant’s discharge of pollutants onto real property that was once farmland but subsequently became a residential subdivision was not barred by the economic loss doctrine.