The Indianapolis Star covered yesterday’s Indiana Supreme Court hearing of an important robocall case.
The case was heard in Terre Haute as part of an effort to let people in different parts of the state see the court in action. Monday’s hearing also could be viewed via the Internet.
The case centers on the 1988 Indiana Autodialer Act, which limits the use of automated phone calls. The statute mandates that a live operator first disclose the source and purpose of the call, as well as any goods or services being promoted.
Video of the argument should be available here when it’s made available. The case is State of Indiana v. American Family Voices, Inc. et al.