Nov. 15 (UPI) -- Three Indiana judges who were involved in a brawl that resulted in two of them being shot have now been suspended by the state Supreme Court for judicial misconduct.
The three judges -- Andrew Adams, Sabrina Bell and Bradley Jacobs -- were attending a conference in Indianapolis in May when they began drinking and became intoxicated. Their outing became violent when Bell insulted a passing vehicle and the judges were confronted by two men inside. A brawl ensued and one of the men from the car pulled a gun and shot Adams and Jacobs. They were seriously injured, but recovered.