Indiana Law Review
In a 1988 address, Chief Justice Shepard invited Indiana practitioners to reexamine the Indiana Constitution as a potentially significant source for the protection of individual liberty. Although there has been some movement in this direction in defending the rights of criminals, there has been little civil rights litigation brought under the Indiana Constitution. Therefore, this Article will explore state and federal court cases that raise significant federal constitutional issues implicating Indiana law and Indiana litigants. The most noteworthy cases during the survey period dealt with freedom of expression and the due process clause.
Rosalie Berger Levinson, Constitutional Law: Nude Dancing and Political Speech as Protected Expression- the Scope of the Due Process Guarantee, 24 Ind. L. Rev. 697 (1991).