Indiana is implementing a uniform statewide case management system called Odyssey, which provides free access to court information at mycase.IN.gov.
To get case information not yet available in Odyssey, contact the county clerk directly.
Indiana Supreme Court
30 S. Meridian St., Suite 850
Indianapolis, IN 46204
G. Michael Witte
Deputy Executive Secretary
Charles M. Kidd
What happens if I file a grievance against a lawyer?
We review your grievance and may dismiss it if it does not raise a substantial question of misconduct. If so, you and the lawyer will be notified. Otherwise, the grievance is investigated. This includes notifying the lawyer of the grievance and requiring the lawyer to respond in writing to the grievance. After our investigation, we again review the matter and decide whether or not there is probable lawyer misconduct. If not, we dismiss the grievance with written notice to you and the lawyer.
What happens if the investigation reveals probable misconduct?
If we believe there is probable lawyer misconduct, the full Disciplinary Commission will review the matter. If the Commission believes that the lawyer has engaged in misconduct for which he or she should be disciplined, we file a complaint with the Clerk of the Supreme Court formally charging the lawyer with misconduct. If not, it will be dismissed, and you will be notified.
Appellate Courts and offices are open Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.
To find out when your local court is open, see Information by County.
Columbus Day, MON OCT 13, 2014
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