And some real good news from Maryland. And more here.
In short in Indiana you can defend yourself against an unlawful entry into your house, even if it's by the police. And in Maryland a judge ruled that:
At bottom, this case rests on a simple proposition: If the Government wishes to burden a right guaranteed by the Constitution, it may do so provided that it can show a satisfactory justification and a sufficiently adapted method. The showing, however, is always the Government‘s to make. A citizen may not be required to offer a "good and substantial reason" why he should be permitted to exercise his rights. The right‘s existence is all the reason he needs.
Big shot against the bow at all May Issue states.