Monday, November 29, 2010
Ind. Decisions - Upcoming oral arguments this week and next
This week's oral arguments before the Supreme Court (week of 11/29/10):
- No oral arguments scheduled.
Next week's oral arguments before the Supreme Court (week of 12/06/10):
- No oral arguments scheduled.
Webcasts of Supreme Court oral arguments are available here.
This week's oral arguments before the Court of Appeals (week of 11/29/10):
Tuesday, November 30th
- 11:00 AM - Presbytery of Ohio Valley, et al vs. OPC, Inc., et al (82A02-1003-MF-339 ) - Dispute between a local congregation and the greater denominational church involving rights to church property following dismissal of the local congregation to another denomination. The Scheduled Panel Members are: Chief Judge Baker, Judges Najam and Mathias. [Where: Court of Appeals Courtroom (WEBCAST)]
- 2:30 PM - Ryan Rogers v. State of Indiana (79A05-1005-CR-265) - Appellant appeals his conviction for class B felony neglect of a dependent. The Scheduled Panel Members are: Chief Judge Baker, Judges Najam and Vaidik. [Where: Supreme Court Courtroom (WEBCAST)]
Next week's oral arguments before the Court of Appeals (week of 12/06/10):
Next Tuesday, December 7th
- 11:00 AM - Keith Hoglund v. State of Indiana (90A02-1005-CR-591) - After jury trial, Keith Hoglund was convicted of one count of Class A felony child molesting and sentenced to fifty years of incarceration. During trial, three witnesses were allowed to testify over Hoglund's objection that A.H. was not prone to fantasize regarding sexual matters and that there was no indication that she had fabricated her story of Hoglund's abuse. On appeal, Hoglund contends that admitting this opinion testimony was reversible error, arguing that Lawrence v. State, 464 N.E.2d 923 , 925 (Ind. 1984), a decision that allows some accrediting testimony regarding child molesting victims, is no longer good law. Hoglund also contends that the trial court improperly found that A.H. was younger than twelve years old at the time of the offense to be an aggravating circumstance and that his fifty-year sentence in inappropriate in light of the nature of his offense and his character. The Scheduled Panel Members are: Judges Darden, Bradford and Brown. [Where: Court of Appeals Courtroom (WEBCAST)]
Next Friday, December 10th
- 1:00 PM - William Hurst v. State of Indiana (49A02-1004-CR-378) - In this interlocutory appeal, Hurst challenges the trial court's denial of his motion to suppress evidence obtained upon execution of a warrant to search his home. Specifically, he contends that there was no probable cause to issue the warrant where it was based on a photograph texted by a minor, who lived with her mother and Hurst, to her father, who reported the alleged offense to police. The Scheduled Panel Members are: Chief Judge Baker, Judges Najam and Mathias. [Where: Hamilton Southeastern High School, Leonard Auditorium, 13910 East 126th Street, Fishers, Indiana]
ONLY those Court of Appeals oral arguments presented in the Supreme or Court of Appeals Courtrooms will be accessible via videocast.
The past COA webcasts which have been webcast are accessible here.
NOTE: For a printable version of this list of upcoming oral arguments, click on the date in the next line. Then select "Print" from your browser.
Posted by Marcia Oddi on November 29, 2010 06:40 AM
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