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Indiana Crminal Appeals Process, Public Question 1 (2000)

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Indiana Public Question 1 was on the November 7, 2000 election ballot in Indiana. It passed, with 64% of voters in favor.[1]

This measure is a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment.

Election results

Public Question 1
Approveda Yes 913,211 64.59%
  • Note: Election Results from "2000 Election Report: General Election Results November 7th, 2000." Results received via email correspondence between Ballotpedia staff and Candy Metcalf, Indiana Election Division.

Text of measure

The question proposes to amend the constitution so that criminal appeals from a sentence of life imprisonment or a prison term of more than fifty years follow the same path through the Court of Appeals to the Indiana Supreme Court that civil appeals do.

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