Appeals on Wheels to Visit Wabash College

Indiana’s second highest Court will conduct a live, in person oral argument at Wabash College in Crawfordsville on Tuesday, April 26 at 11:15 a.m. in Salter Hall, at the Wabash Fine Arts Center. A panel consisting of Judge Patricia A. Riley, Judge Melissa S. May, and Judge Elizabeth F. Tavitas will hear Paul v. State. The case synopsis can be found online at

The oral argument will conclude with a question-and-answer session with the audience about the

The Court of Appeals hears oral arguments across Indiana to enable Hoosiers to observe the real-world issues that face the Court and to learn more about the Court’s indispensable role in Indiana government. Audiences also get to observe skilled legal arguments and advocacy by some of Indiana’s best lawyers, against a backdrop of case-specific facts and statutory and constitutional law.

The event is open to the public and will last about one hour. Reporters, including student journalists, may ask the Court’s permission to record the argument in audio, video, or photographic formats. Please email requests to Court Administrator Larry Morris ([email protected]) at least 48 hours before the scheduled start of the argument to obtain permission. Per Indiana Supreme Court order, all video cameras must be tripod-mounted, and neither flash nor strobe lighting is permitted with respect to either video or still cameras.

This argument marks the Court’s eighth Appeals on Wheels event in 2022.

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