In light of the ongoing discussion of the verdict in the George Zimmerman – Trayvon Martin case, we show Indiana's lengthy statute on self defense in criminal cases.
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A child's relationship with his grandparents is important. But grandparent-visitation orders necessarily impinge on a parent's constitutionally protected rights.
Many jurors wrongfully believe that a verdict of not guilty by reason of insanity in a criminal trial results in the Defendant walking out of the courtroom without further consequences.
The Indiana Supreme Court this week banned agreements that give up parenting time in return for not paying child support