Commentary to Indiana Child Support Guideline states, “although Social Security benefits are not reflected on Line 7 of the child support Worksheet, the benefit should be considered, and its effect and application shall be included in the written order for support of that child.” Accordingly, a trial court is required to make findings whether a child’s overall financial needs are satisfied in whole, or in part, by the Social Security benefits the child receives.
Passarelli v. State, No. 22A-CR-1116, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., Jan. 9, 2023).
The objective component of self-defense, as adopted by our courts, is analyzed from the standpoint of an ordinary “reasonable person.” The question being presented to the fact-finder is whether an ordinary reasonable person would have responded with deadly force if confronted with the same circumstances that defendant confronted.
Crowe v. Savvy IN, LLC, No. 22A-TP-1113, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., Nov. 30, 2022).
Equity and due process require that property owner’s motion for relief from judgment be granted when their property was sold at tax sale and they did not receive actual notice because of USPS’s COVID protocols.
Haslam v. State, No. 22A-CR-00911, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., Aug. 30, 2022).
Credit time earned while confined on home detention as a condition of probation reduces the length of home detention, not the length of the probation.
William F. Braun Milk Hauling, Inc. v. Malanowski, No. 22A-CT-333, __ N.E.3d __ (Ind. Ct. App., July 27, 2022).
Complaint was timely filed because the statute of limitations was tolled in 2020 by the Supreme Court’s orders regarding Covid-19.