2011 Indiana Code
TITLE 2. GENERAL ASSEMBLY
ARTICLE 3. COMPENSATION AND RIGHTS OF LEGISLATORS
CHAPTER 5. RIGHT TO CONTINUANCE

IC 2-3-5
Chapter 5. Right to Continuance

IC 2-3-5-1
Party to civil action; criminal defendant; party in administrative adjudication before governmental entity
Sec. 1. Whenever a:
(1) party to a civil action;
(2) defendant in a criminal action; or
(3) party in an administrative adjudication before a state or local governmental entity;
shall, in person or by attorney, move the court or other governmental entity before which such action is pending for a continuance on the grounds that said party or defendant, or his or her attorney, is a member of the general assembly of the state of Indiana, the court or other governmental entity shall grant such motion for a continuance to a date not sooner than thirty (30) days following the date of adjournment of the session of the general assembly during which such cause of action has been set or rule has been made returnable.
(Formerly: Acts 1971, P.L.7, SEC.1.) As amended by P.L.271-1999, SEC.1.

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