Monday, November 09, 2009
Catch-up: What did you miss over the weekend?
Stats for the ILB over the weekends fall to one-third or less of these during the week, although the ILB itself keeps puttering along. Sometimes the best posts occur over the weekend, when there is more time. Hence this new Monday feature - "What did you miss over the weekend?"
From Sunday, Nov. 8, 2009:
- Courts - "Kentucky's troubled death-penalty system lets cases languish for decades"
- Ind. Courts - "Bill for capital cases delivered to taxpayers"
- Ind. Laws - More on "Lawmaker to push texting-driving ban"
- Ind. Courts - How it is going in Valparaiso's Courthouse, what with it hosting the Marion County attempted murder trial?
- Ind. Law - Newspapers to join fight for ethics reform
- Ind. Gov't - Yet more on: "State no longer holds all cards"
- Courts - "Justices Weigh Life in Prison for Youths Who Never Killed "
- Ind. Courts - “You can’t arrest him. He works on my car for free”
- Ind. Law - What is being done in Indiana to deal with foreclosures?
- Ind. Courts - State bar honors Allen Superior Court Judge Charles Pratt as the state’s Outstanding Judge
- Ind. Decisions - "Gambler gets second shot in suit against Ind. casino"
From Saturday, Nov. 7, 2009:
- Ind. Law - "Keeping track of sex offenders is not easy"
- Ind. Decisions - More on: Supreme Court sets Dec. 11, 2009 as execution date for Matthew Eric Wrinkles
- Ind. Law - "I&M fight costs Fort Wayne $300,000 for lawyers"
- Ind. Law - Services set for IU Law Prof. Mary Hart Mitchell, 56, who died Nov. 4
Posted by Marcia Oddi on November 9, 2009 08:34 AM
Posted to Catch-up