Rejects argument that punishment under current cocaine A felonies is disproportionate because penal code revisions effective July 1, 2014 reflect General Assembly determination of disproportionality.
The three-day extension of time provided by Trial Rule 6(E) applies to summary judgment proceedings.
Trial court abused its discretion in ordering one parent to hand over two children to another parent without a proper evidentiary hearing and with no mention that doing it was in accordance with the Indiana Code.
Evidence which is “testimonial” under the Crawford Sixth Amendment Confrontation Clause analysis is admissible under the “open the door” principle, but only as long as the waiver of confrontation entailed in “opening the door” is “clear and intentional.”
The trial court erred in concluding that mother misused child support payments she received and ordering an accounting of future child support payments