Your state judicial branch provides dozens of online services at public.courts.in.gov, including a statewide case search, traffic ticket payment, and marriage license applications. Most of these tools provide free, anonymous access to public records or the ability to submit information without creating an account. But as we expand our online services, our courts need the ability to verify your identity, and you need the security of an account to access personal information. Learn more about public access as well as secure accounts for party or attorney access below.
Public AccessLaunch public.courts.in.gov
Most of our online services are public access and do not require an account to use
Party AccessLearn how to create a party account
If your court case can be found at mycase.in.gov, you can now sign in and connect your case to get documents
Attorney AccessLearn how to create an attorney account
If you are a licensed Indiana lawyer, use your Courts Portal account to sign into MyCase for enhanced case and document access
Get help with these services...
Statewide Case Search
Get search tips and other info on using mycase.in.gov
See user guides and tutorials
Learn about searching for opinions
Trial Court Hearings
Info about streaming live hearings from county courts
Extensive help with attorney registration and other features
Education opportunities for lawyers and mediators
Roll of Attorneys
How to check an attorney's license status
Tips for searching for a mediator
More help topics
Frequently asked questions
- How can I access documents in my case?
- Why are my court documents online?
- Can I look up my trial court case and find my next court date?
- How can I find out if a court has issued a warrant for a person's arrest?
- Where can I call or go to talk with a lawyer about some legal questions?
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