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Three Ways to Learn About E-filing
Friday, February 3, Noon - Nuts & Bolts of E-filing in Indiana (with Doxpop) 1.50 CLE; Friday, February 10, Noon - E-filing Training with the State Court Administration (1 CLE); and the Dialogue Between the Bench and Bar will have a section on E-filing on Tuesday, March 14. Click on title above for more information.
February 8 - Women Attorneys Section Chocolate Night - Sponsored by Lifetime Financial Growth LLC
Wednesday, February 8, 5:00 PM - Evansville Country Club
March 1 - Advanced Deposition Strategies and Technology 2 CLE
Wednesday, March 1, 12:00 PM - EBA Office
March 14 - Dialogue Between the Bench and Bar 6.5 CLE/2 Ethics/1 CME
Tuesday, March 14, 8:30 PM - Evansville Country Club
Legal News from Indiana Lawyer
Sexual assault nurse’s testimony qualifies under medical hearsay exceptions
A Huntington County man who molested his young relative cannot challenge the admission of the testimony of the nurse who examined the victim because the testimony qualified under the medical treatment exception to hearsay rules, the Indiana Court of Appeals decided.
IMPD officer was qualified as an expert in stalking case
An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department sergeant was qualified as an expert to testify about Facebook records and digital trails that led to a man’s multiple convictions for felony stalking, the Indiana Court of Appeals decided Friday.
Oakes to preside over Marion Superior Executive Committee
Marion Superior Civil Division 2 Judge Tim Oakes has been elected the presiding judge of the Marion Superior Executive Committee, which oversees the operation and conduct of the court.
COA overturns judgment in favor of credit card debt collector
The Indiana Court of Appeals has reversed judgment in favor of a credit card debt collector after determining that the collector failed to establish that it owned the account it was trying to collect on.
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