The two Indiana judges shot during an altercation outside a White Castle in downtown Indianapolis on Wednesday have been identified. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers responded to the parking lot of the restaurant on W South Street around a. Police say witnesses inside the restaurant told them that they heard an argument outside before the shots were fired. The witnesses then ran outside and found two men suffering from gunshot wounds in the parking lot.
Governor picks Wabash County judge as state Supreme Court justice
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Mike Pence named Indianapolis attorney Geoffrey G. Slaughter to the Indiana Supreme Court Monday. Pence announced his pick of Slaughter, who grew up in Crown Point and is the son of Guy Slaughter, a former longtime Post-Tribune editor and reporter, from among three finalists selected in March by the state's Judicial Nominating Commission. Slaughter's appointment fills a vacancy on the five-member court and is Pence's first appointment to the court.
Welcome Justice Goff
Read this link for details. This blogger spent several years defending herself against Tremco's harassment in the SLAPP [lawsuit] when Tremco officials apparently had full knowledge that everything I had been claiming was true. Imagine my surprise as I read through the page complaint filed in The United States District Court for the District of Columbia and found out that Indiana was one of thirteen states represented in the lawsuit filed by Gregory Rudolph, former Vice President of Product Managment for Tremco.
Christopher Goff was welcomed to the Supreme Court as the newest justice on September 1 by more than family members, judges, friends, and government officials during his formal investiture ceremony. He officially joined the Court on July 24 after being sworn in by Chief Justice Loretta Rush in a private ceremony so that he could begin work. Justice Goff is filling the vacancy left by Justice Robert Rucker who retired in May after 26 years on the appellate bench. Justice Goff spoke of his longtime admiration for Justice Rucker, who taught a class on equity when Justice Goff was studying for the bar exam.