For local court contact information, visit the county's official website or see our directory of courts and clerks. Contact the local court directly with questions about jury duty, an upcoming court date, or getting a copy of a document in your case if it isn't available online.
The Indiana Supreme Court approves local court rules in only these areas: selection of special judges in civil and criminal cases, court reporter services, caseload allocation plans, and service as an acting judge in another court, county, or district. All other local court rules are adopted without Supreme Court approval.
Get case information
This county has not yet opted to use the statewide Odyssey case management system, so their cases aren't available at mycase.in.gov. See the official county website (link above) or contact the clerk's office to find out how to get information about cases in this county.
Attorneys are required to e-file in this county; others are encouraged to e-file. Learn the basics and get started.
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