The Indiana Supreme Court will be in Wabash on April 18th to hold oral argument in a criminal case addressing the 5th Amendment privilege against self incrimination.
This is part of the state supreme court’s efforts to schedule arguments outside Indianapolis to allow people statewide to see the court at work.
19 schools and over 750 students will be in attendance, including several from Wabash, Huntington and Miami counties.
This argument will take place in the Ford Theater at the Honeywell Center beginning at 10am on Thursday April 18th. It is open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis.