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A Louisville man pleaded not guilty to murder Tuesday morning after police said he killed a motorcyclist while drunk.
The appeal comes as Indiana abortion clinics were preparing to see patients again on Friday.
The summary judgement ruling in Tae-Ahn Lea's lawsuit means a jury will only need to decide how much to award in damages, not determine whether police actually violated the then-18-year-old's rights.
Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney Ebert Haegele says they had extra security in anticipation of O'Bannon's court appearance.
Kelly Goodlett, who resigned from the department earlier this month, admitted she conspired to include false information in the search warrant affidavit used to raid Taylor's home and then conspired with another officer to cover it up.
Boone's Marathon gas station in Portland has been ordered to shutdown for 90 days after a string of violence at the business.
Inaction by the state-run psychiatric center has left hundreds of criminal cases on hold across the state, with some defendants jailed indefinitely.
Baker was sworn in by Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Brian Edwards at the organization's annual conference in Memphis, Tennessee.
Bradley Caraway's attorney is sick and unable to continue the trial, which began last week, according to Erwin Roberts, first assistant with the Jefferson County Commonwealth's Attorney's Office.
Nicholas Sandmann, then a 16-year-old student at Covington Catholic High School, sued several media companies, alleging they defamed him in their reporting of the incident.