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Constitutional Food

The Constitution requires that prisons provide inmates with nutritionally adequate food that is prepared and served under conditions which do not present an immediate threat to the health and well-being of the inmates who consume it. French v....

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Constitutional Food

The Constitution requires that prisons provide inmates with nutritionally adequate food that is prepared and served under conditions which do not present...

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Selfies in the Ballot Box

Whether an individual can take a “selfie” of their ballot while in the ballot box? That was one of the issues that was debated recently in the Southern...

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Always Read the Fine Print

Fine print is everywhere. It’s on the bottom of credit card applications, in the terms of use section of almost every computer program available, and on...

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What is a Provisional Order?

You may have heard of the term before and wondered, in regards to a divorce, what is a “provisional order” exactly? A provisional order is a temporary...

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Recidivism

Indiana law recently underwent one of the most significant overhauls in decades, in part, to the rising prison population and recidivism. Indiana’s...

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Should Lawyers Be Innovators?

In June, we wrote about the Indiana State Bar Association and the Indiana University McKinney School of Law for hosting a Legal Education Conclave. A...

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What is a CHINS action?

CHINS is short for “Child In Need of Services,” which represents legal short-hand for a civil proceeding used to address the well-being of a child. Under...

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New Indiana Cell Phone Law

This month, House Bill 1394, became Indiana law. It prohibits those who are under the age of 21 from using a cellular telephone while driving. See I.C....

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