While the annual State of the Judiciary address generally receives less attention than the Indiana Governor’s State of the State address, the Chief Justice’s annual update provides an important reminder of the activities in the third branch of government. The State of the Judiciary is typically delivered the day after the State of the State and made before a joint session of the Indiana General Assembly.
Video and text archives of past State of the Judiciary speeches are available on the Indiana Supreme Court’s website.
Also available online from the Indiana Supreme Court:
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- Information about representing yourself in court, court forms and other resources for legal research in the online Self-Service Legal Center?
- Visit Courts in the Classroom page to learn more about the court’s history, to ask a question, and to find related educator lesson plans.