By Dana Sullivan Kilroy Judge Tracy Edward “Ted” Page, the longtime NJC instructor who was shot and killed at his home in northwest Indiana in August, will be remembered as a fun-loving attorney with an encyclopedic knowledge of the law, an Eagle Scout, and a man who loved teaching.
By Anna-Leigh Firth At least six years, but nearly half of judges think the prerequisite should be 10 years.
A year ago we asked NJC alumni if they like wearing a judicial roble, and more than four out five said yes. But let’s face it, as well as a plain black robe communicates the solemnity of legal proceedings, it’s not exactly high fashion.
By Hon. David Certo As a judge, I have a lot of authority but no magic powers. I cannot change the past, make people fall in love, or turn unhappy people into happy people. What I can – and must – do is help defendants develop and follow plans to
By Mackenzie Barrett An airman was dishonorably discharged from the Air Force in 2014 after being convicted of beating his wife and cracking his toddler stepson’s skull.
Evidence suggests that human trafficking, a modern-day term for slavery that often involves forced sex work, is more prevalent among Native peoples than in the United States population as a whole.