Duhaime's Legal Citations

Ind. - Indiana Reports

Decisions of the Indiana Supreme Court.

Published from 1830 to 1981.

Volume 1, was printed by Douglass and Maguire at Indianapolis in 1830 and edited by Isaac Blackford, a judge of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the State of Indiana.

Volume 1 covered cases determined from the very first term of the Court, May 1817, to 1826.

The original scope of the law report was:

"Reports of cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of Judicature of the State of Indiana."

From the court's website:

"The Supreme Court was established in 1816 when Indiana became a state. During territorial days, a General Court of three Judges had served and they, with the Governor, enacted the laws of the Indiana Territory. The new Court first sat at Corydon on May 5, 1817, and consisted of three Judges appointed by the Governor to seven-year terms if they should so long behave well."


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