Liable v. Guilty Most people are aware that in a criminal case, the judgment is either guilty or not guilty. In a civil case, however, the defendant is considered either liable or not liable. In a criminal case the punishment is referred to as “sentencing”, in which fines, probation, and jail time may be imposed…

Before the Trial In a civil case, the allegations are presented in the form of a complaint which is filed with the court by the plaintiff. The complaint contains the relevant facts and allegations of wrong doings of the defendant. The defendant is then “served” by service of process. There are differing rules between the…

Wilson Kehoe Winingham partner Bill Winingham was recently elected to the Indiana Judicial Nominating and Judicial Qualifications commission. The seven-member commission appoints judges to the state’s appellate courts and handles cases of judicial misconduct among other duties. Only three members of the commission are attorneys, who are elected by their colleagues in Indiana’s 2nd judicial…

Wilson Kehoe Winingham partner Bill Winingham was recently elected to the Indiana Judicial Nominating and Judicial Qualifications commission. The seven-member commission appoints judges to the state’s appellate courts and handles cases of judicial misconduct among other duties. Only three members of the commission are attorneys, who are elected by their colleagues in Indiana’s 2nd judicial…

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