The State of Indiana's case against Bethesda Gardens goes to a courtroom

The case against Bethesda Gardens has now moved to a courtroom, and the case may be close to a resolution.

Posted: Mar. 5, 2019 12:48 PM
Updated: Mar. 5, 2019 1:27 PM

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - The case against Bethesda Gardens has now moved to a courtroom, and the case may be close to a resolution.

The State of Indiana filed an injunction against Bethesda Gardens last month.

It is asking a judge to order the facility to stop operations.

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That's due to accusations it was performing health care duties reserved for licensed facilities.

Bethesda Gardens is an unlicensed facility.

Judge John Roach ordered both parties to appear on Tuesday for a pre-trial conference.

An attorney for Bethesda Gardens told News 10 they've made a settlement offer to the state, and they are close to an agreement.

Both sides return to court on April 5th.

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