Indiana State Bar Association

One Indiana Square, Suite 530
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

Established in 1896, the Indiana State Bar Association is a voluntary, nongovernmental organization with more than 12,000 members. A nonprofit association, the ISBA strives to improve the administration of justice and promote public understanding of the legal system. Specifically, the association encourages and promotes law reform, fosters and advances the legal profession, advocates effective and thorough legal education, and encourages continuing education among attorneys practicing in Indiana.


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Prosecutors have ethical obligations and may be held individually accountable for their conduct within the legal system. Prosecutors contribute to just and honorable legal profession and a legal system that promotes fairness and accountability.

Violations of these rules can result in disciplinary actions which may include sanctions, suspension, or disbarment.

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