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Indiana Code Title 35. Criminal Law and Procedure § 35-36-5-1

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Sec. 1. In any criminal action, either the defendant or the state is entitled as a substantive right to a preemptory   1 change of venue from the judge without specifically stating the reason.  The defendant or the state may obtain a change of judge under this section by motion filed in a manner and within the time limitations as specified in the Indiana Rules of Criminal Procedure.  Each party is entitled to only one (1) change of judge under this section.

1  So in enrolled act.  Probably should read “peremptory.”

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