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.
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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- State of Indiana reaches an agreement with Bethesda Gardens
- State files complaint against Bethesda Gardens after resident death
- Bethesda Gardens responds to an injunction filed by the State of Indiana after patient death
- Bethesda Gardens agrees to shut down memory care unit in agreement with the State of Indiana
- Bethesda Gardens resident found dead outside, hypothermia ruled as the cause
- Cemetery board reacts to Bethesda Cemetery cleanup
- Door alarms turned down, non-working door alarms and cameras; more details released after Bethesda Gardens patient death
- "There should've never been an incident like this," some people in the Wabash Valley speak out on the incident with Bethesda Gardens
- Students take to the courtroom for mock trials