Supreme Court To Hold Oral Argument In Wabash County With 19 Schools In Attendance

(WABASH CO.) – The Indiana Supreme Court will travel to the Honeywell Center in Wabash County on Thursday, April 18. The Court will hold oral argument in a criminal case addressing the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination. The argument is in the case of Katelin Seo v. State of Indiana (18S-CR-595).

The Court holds approximately 60 oral arguments at the State House in Indianapolis each year. Occasionally, it schedules arguments outside the capital to allow students, press, and the public in other areas of the state an opportunity to see the work of the Court.
This argument will take place in the Ford Theater at the Honeywell Center, 275 W. Market Street, Wabash, Indiana 46992 at 10:00 a.m. EDT. The 50-minute argument is open to the press and public. Seating is on a first-come, first served basis. Those interested in attending will be required to enter through the north doors of the Honeywell Center and go through security.
More than 750 students from the following schools are scheduled to attend the argument:

  • Caston Jr./Sr. High School
  • Christian Life Academy
  • Columbia City High School
  • Emmanuel Christian School
  • Faith Christian Co-op
  • Fishers High School
  • Huntington Classical Conversations Community
  • Huntington North High School
  • Manchester Jr./Sr. High School
  • Northfield Jr./Sr. High School
  • North Miami Middle/High School
  • Pierceton Woods Academy
  • Southwood Elementary School
  • Southwood Jr./Sr. High School
  • The Arc Wabash County
  • Tippecanoe Valley High School
  • Wabash High School
  • Wabash Middle School
  • White’s Jr./Sr. High School

The argument will be webcast live and archived on the Court’s website. The Ford Theater is accessible to those with disabilities. Accessible parking is in the lot on the west side of the Honeywell Center. Individuals needing special accommodations should contact Sarah Kidwell.