Civil Tort Claims


You can’t record me!

In the current age of technology, owning and carrying a cell phone has become commonplace, even with school-aged children. This fact has been a growing issue in a particular school district in Indiana, where students have secretly been recording teachers via cell phones and sharing those conversations and videos recordings on social media. Some of […]


Double Jeopardy

  Double jeopardy, the idea that someone can’t be tried twice for the same crime, is at the core of our American jurisprudence system. The Fifth Amendment states, “[N]or shall any person be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb.” This clause has been interpreted to mean that […]


The requirement of serving tort claims notice under the Indiana Tort Claims Act is also tolled for minors. Specifically, while a tort claim notice must be sent within 180 days (for claims against a political subdivision) or 270 days (for claims against the State) Ind. Code § 34-13-3, the clock does not begin to tick […]