The appellate case search is changing...
Supreme Court and Court of Appeals Cases
Case dockets for the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals are still available at courtapps.in.gov/docket.
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Tax Court Cases
Beginning November 28, Indiana Tax Court cases will be accessible from mycase.in.gov.
In addition, the way case events are displayed on mycase.in.gov differs from the way they've been displayed in the past.
On the old appellate case search:
- The date in the left-hand column is the “event date,” namely the date the filing is considered “filed,” the order is considered “issued,” etc.
- The “entry date,” which can differ from the “event date,” is the date the case event was entered by the Clerk on the docket and can be found at the end of the case docket event entry.
- When determining the effective date of an order or opinion, you would go by the “event date” in the left-hand column, regardless of the “entry date” on which the Clerk entered the entry on the case docket.
Our new case management system works differently:
- The date in the left column is the “entry date”—the date the clerk's office typed the event into the system.
- The date of the event itself (e.g., the date the filing is considered “filed,” the date an order or opinion is considered “issued,” etc.) is typed at the end of the docket entry description.
- So, the new case search displays information in the opposite manner, with the “entry date” appearing in the left-hand column, and the “event date” appearing at the end of the text describing the event.
- Important! Starting Nov. 28, all new events entered into new and existing cases will follow this new format. However, any entry recorded in any case before Nov. 28 will follow the old format.
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