Indiana Supreme Court Looks To Reform Bail System
August 18, 2014
We have Brent Dickson, justice with the Indiana Supreme Court. The Indiana courts want to change the number of people who are kept in jail awaiting trial. Other states have already looked at limiting bail to ensure that people don’t remain in jail, simply because they can’t post a pond. New technology makes the process easier for judges.
We’ll also break down the investigation at Mt. Baldy now that yet another anomalous hole has been found.
Indiana Commissioner for Higher Ed Theresa Lubbers relays why she thinks the way we deliver financial aid is broken.
The Porter County Museum also got a show of support from the Indiana Landmarks Commission.
Brent Dickson, justice Indiana Supreme Court
Kevin Matthew Pazour, Executive Director, Porter County Museum
Teresa Lubbers, Indiana commission for higher education
Erin Argyilan, geology professor with Indiana University Northwest