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IC 35-44-3-10
Interference with jury service
    
Sec. 10. A person who knowingly or intentionally:
        (1) dismisses his employee;
        (2) deprives his employee of employment benefits; or
        (3) threatens such a dismissal or deprivation;
because the employee has received or responded to a summons, served as a juror, or attended court for prospective jury service commits interference with jury service, a Class B misdemeanor.
As added by Acts 1977, P.L.26, SEC.20.

Civil Action for dismissal from employment

IC 34-28-4
     Chapter 4. Remedies for Improper Dismissal From Employment Because of Court Attendance
 
IC 34-28-4-1
Civil action for dismissal from employment
    
Sec. 1. A person who is dismissed from employment in violation of IC 35-44-3-10 may bring a civil action, within ninety (90) days of the dismissal, against the employer who dismissed the person:
        (1) to recover the wages the person lost as a result of the dismissal; and
        (2) to obtain an order requiring reinstatement by the employer.
If the person obtains a judgment against the employer, the court shall award a reasonable attorney's fee to the person's attorney.
As added by P.L.1-1998, SEC.24.