D.P. v. State, State v. N.B., No. 20S-JV-443, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Sep. 8, 2020).

A juvenile court does not have subject matter jurisdiction to waive an alleged delinquent offender into adult criminal court if the individual is no longer a “child.”

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Seo v. State, No. 18S-CR-595, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind., Jun. 23, 2020).

Even if a search warrant has been issued, forcing a person to unlock, and therefore disclose that contents of their cellphone, violates the Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.

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Gulzar v. State, No. 19S-XP-673, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind., Jun. 24, 2020).

Amended expungement statute, which clarifies that the “date of conviction” for a felony reduced to a misdemeanor is the date of the felony conviction, applies retroactively.

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River Ridge Dev. Authority v. Outfront Media, LLC, No. 19S-PL-645, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind., May 29, 2020).

“The common-law obdurate behavior exception and the General Recovery Rule cannot authorize a trial court to award attorney’s fees when a party voluntarily dismisses its suit with prejudice. But a court can, at any point in litigation, exercise its inherent authority to sanction a party’s bad behavior by shifting fees.”

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Heuring v. State, No. 19S-CR-528, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind., Feb. 20, 2020).

A hunch, or mere speculation, that a GPS unit was stolen from the target vehicle is insufficient to establish probable cause for a warrant to search the subject’s residence and/or his adjoining property.

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