The Indiana Court Times Editorial Board is pleased to present this special edition on Juvenile Law.
Traditionally, Court Times includes stories and information on a variety of topics, but the Board decided our readers would appreciate a special issue dedicated to how the courts serve children in our state.
There are many exciting initiatives underway designed to [...]
At a recent conference, judges from across the state were treated to a first-rate performance by the Fort Wayne Voices of Unity Youth Choir. The remarkable poise and professional sound of the young choir led the judges to a standing ovation.
The majority of this special edition of Indiana Court Times focuses on children in [...]
This is the twenty-sixth of our Court Times articles that highlight up close and personal a member of the Indiana Judiciary.
Clark County Circuit Court #4 Judge Vicki Carmichael is our judge featured in this issue. She received her undergraduate degree from Indiana University Southeast and her law degree from the University of Louisville.
Following graduation from [...]
“The world is globalizing and law is universalizing.” So begins a letter from the Justice Academy of Turkey to selected American judges who were invited to Turkey in June to exchange knowledge with Turkish judges and prosecutors in training.
Some urgency attended the message. Turkey has been reforming its judicial system for a decade, not least [...]
So now that I have your attention—no, I’m not talking about bribery or ticket fixing. Rather, the subject of this article is judicial pay arrangements which are based on some factor other than an annual fixed salary, e.g. paid per traffic ticket filed in or disposed of by the court.
While the purpose of such [...]
This is the twenty-fifth of our Court Times articles that highlight up close and personal a member of the Indiana Judiciary.
Vigo County Superior Court Judge Phillip I. Adler is our judge featured in this issue. He received both his undergraduate and law degrees from Indiana University in Bloomington. Following graduation from law school, he [...]
The name of a former Jackson circuit judge who sometimes opened his home to troubled youth now graces a residential home he helped establish to serve those youth more than 30 years ago.
“Dad grew up in challenging circumstances and empathized with kids who do,” Indianapolis attorney Doug Brown said of his father, the late Robert [...]
“Prepare for Glory” … “When I ask you who you are, you will respond in a loud and boisterous manner: I AM A SPARTAN! Look at the Spartan on your right, look at the Spartan on your left, you will draw strength from him or her, you will not let them fail. You [...]
This is the twenty-fourth of our Court Times articles that highlight up close and personal a member of the Indiana Judiciary.
Gibson County Superior Court Judge Earl Penrod is our judge featured in this issue. He received both his undergraduate degree and his law degree from the University of Louisville. He also received a Master [...]
Leadership of the Indiana Judges Association worked with Indiana House Representative Greg Steuerwald (R-Danville) and other key legislators to secure passage of House Enrolled Act 1393 in the 2013 session of the Indiana General Assembly. Governor Mike Pence signed it into law on May 11.
The act restores funding, through a temporary increase, to the Division [...]