View daily and weekly calendars for Circuit and Superior Courts in most Indiana Counties, and for some City and Town Courts. Click the name of the court in the "Partner Courts" list in You will sign into blogger.com with the same username and password that you use to sign into the Indiana Courts Portal. You may sign in with your attorney number and PIN instead. For many Indiana courts, jurisdiction is based on whether other types of courts exist in a particular county or judicial circuit. The three main types of Indiana trial courts are Circuit The information provided herein is taken from official Court minutes. However, please take note that: (1) confidential cases such as juvenile, paternity, etc. are not included; and (2) there may be pleadings or documents filed with the court not yet entered on the court minutes. Therefore, it is your sole responsibility to verify dates and times with your attorney or directly with the Court September 2, | Press Release. The Indiana Supreme Court is hosting an event to discuss the benefits of the Indiana Commercial Courts. General counsel from Indiana businesses, ... read more
Contact one of the attorneys working on the case. Whether you have hired an attorney or are being provided one by the court, he or his assistant should have information on your court date.
The prosecutor trying your case will also have the information; his phone number should be available on the website of the jurisdiction he represents. Charles Poole holds a Bachelor of Arts in creative writing from Appalachian State University.
He started freelancing in college for local publications in Boone, N. and is continuing his career through online freelancing with a specialization in affiliate marketing, blogging and SEO. Reviewed by: Melissa McCall, J. Note: Some courts in Indiana are not included in the chart above.
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Attorneys with an active license may sign into the mycase. gov website for enhanced access to public documents. You will sign into mycase. gov with the same username and password that you use to sign into the Indiana Courts Portal. You may sign in with your attorney number and PIN instead.
Make sure you include the hyphen in your attorney number e. If you do not remember your credentials, go to portal. gov to recover them or see our help topic on Signing In or Creating an Account. The mycase.
gov website can be used with latest two versions of all major browsers. Internet Explorer has been discontinued and is not compatible with the site. You will have the best experience with the site using the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, or Edge. Case information available at mycase. gov comes only from courts that use the state's Odyssey case management system. Please note that the records available through this online search include both data that is recorded through Indiana's Odyssey system and data that has been converted from previously used electronic systems.
As a result, converted data in a record may be referred to as a "converted event. Effective July 1, , juvenile paternity JP cases are no longer considered confidential cases. All new JP cases filed on or after July 1, will be available on mycase. gov unless a court has made the case confidential. For cases filed before July 1, , the case records remain confidential.
However, any records in these cases entered on or after July 1, are considered public records unless excluded under the Rules on Access to Court Records. The court is not required to display these records on the Internet.
Some types of documents are available as links in the chronological case summary for the public without signing into mycase. Additional non-confidential documents are available to attorneys who sign in. The additional documents available to authenticated attorneys generally include any document that is not confidential in any case that is not confidential. Further, attorneys may access all documents in cases in which they are the attorney of record, with few exceptions, such as the case being sealed.
It is important to understand that the availability of documents is not necessarily retroactive. If a document isn't available as a link in the case summary, it simply isn't available online. If the document is a public record, you may contact the clerk's office in the county hearing the case to find out how to get a copy.
For details about the documents being made available at mycase. gov, see the Supreme Court orders issued Feb. Case details may include financial information for each party, including amounts owed, credits, and payments. Sometimes the balance due will not reflect the most recent payment information, charges, or interest that has accrued.
For an official record of your financial balance in a case, please contact the clerk's office. Some balances are available for online payment. If online payment is available for a case, a "Make a payment" button will appear. If the "Make a payment" doesn't appear, online payment isn't available. This feature will be made available in more courts for more cases in the future. Only court fees and fines may be paid online. Restitution and interest payments cannot be made online at this time.
Data mining can hurt the site's performance, and it violates Indiana's rules on bulk data requests. It will not be presented to every user on every search, and it is more likely to come up the more searches you perform. It may give you a more difficult task, for example, showing you some photos and asking you to select the ones that have ducks in them. Only rarely will it ask you to decipher letters and numbers. If you have a visual impairment, it will read letters and numbers aloud that you must type to move forward.
If you are prompted to check the box confirming you are not a robot, but you do not see a box to check, the simplest solution is to try a different web browser. When entering a case number, you need not include hyphens or leading zeroes. Learn more about case numbers, citation numbers, cross reference numbers and searching with wild cards below.
You may also use wild cards for any portion of the party name. Learn more about using wild cards below. Note that even though you can search by date of birth, this information will not display in the case details because it is excluded from public access. Also, date of birth is typically not recorded in civil cases and some criminal cases, so including this may exclude records that meet your search criteria.
When searching by business name, you must type the business name exactly as it appears in the case record to return results. For example, if you search for "General Business" as the business name, you'll find only cases in which the party is exactly "General Business" and not "General Business LLC" or "General Business, LLC".
Using a wildcard in your search will improve your results. See below for more on searching with wildcards. If you search by last name, you can narrow your results by adding first or middle name. You may also use wild cards for any portion of the attorney name. If you do not know an attorney's bar number, you may search for it on the Roll of Attorneys website. The sounds-like search only appears on party or attorney searches because it specifically affects searches by name.
Use the sounds-like search if you aren't sure how the name is spelled, want to look for alternate spellings, or you're looking for a similar name. For example, using the sounds-like search for the name "Shepherd" can produce case results for names like Shepard, Shephard, Shepherd, and Sheppard as well as Syfert, Seifert and Seibert.
You may limit your search to a specific court or set of courts e. Some of the options in the "Court" menu will change or remove the available case type limitations.
By default, mycase. gov will search all cases in the database, including cases in the appellate courts. You may limit a search to "Commercial" and click the "Search" button without entering any search terms e. The volume of these cases is currently low while the 6 commercial courts participate in this pilot project. Indiana has a uniform case numbering system outlined in detail in Administrative Rule 8. Each part of the case number corresponds to information about the case, including the county, court, date filed, and case type.
The hyphens between sections and the zero s at the beginning of the sequence number may be included, but do not need to be included, in what you type into the case number field. For example, all of these variations on the case number above should return results:. Note that the number assigned to a case can change, for example, if a case is moved to a different court. Searching by case number searches the entire case number history.
So if a search for one number results in a case with a different number, the case number may have changed at some point. Citation numbers do not have a single uniform format. Cross reference numbers may be uniform Indiana case numbers as described above, old case numbers from before we had a uniform format, or case numbers from other agencies, such as Department of Workforce Development.
When searching by citation or cross reference number, you will likely only get results if you type the number exactly as it appears in Odyssey. These types of searches are less common than a case number search and do not typically produce many search results.
A search using wild cards, also called a "starts-with search," allows you to conduct a search even if you don't have all of the information required. That is, you can search for names that start with J or JO or JOH but you cannot search for names that end with SKY or STEIN. Let's say you know the party's last name is "Sheppard" with a first name starting with the letter "J. You may use a wild card in either the first or last name, but you may not replace the entire first or last name with a wild card.
Also, if you check the box for a sounds-like search, it will not work on any name that includes a wild card. In a case number search, wild cards are most effective in place of the sequence number.
Using a wild card in place of a sequence number allows you to search for all cases of a particular type, filed in a specific month and court. Using a wild card earlier in the case number can produce too many results depending on the court and its caseload.
If you have questions about a particular case or the contents of a case record, please direct them to the Clerk's Office in the county from which the case originates; or, in the case of a Marion County Small Claims Court, direct your questions to the court.
Electronic access to certain court information is restricted by federal and state law in addition to court rules and orders. Information displayed on this site is not to be considered or used as an official court record and may contain errors or omissions.
Accuracy of the information is not warranted. Official records of court proceedings may only be obtained directly from the court maintaining a particular record. The financial information displayed for a case may not reflect the complete financial amounts for a case.
The financial data contained within a case may not include interest that has accrued or other charges that have become due since the last financial transaction. The Clerk's office can provide current financial information. Information obtained from the site should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice. If you need technical assistance using this website, please contact the webmaster. Searching for cases on the Odyssey docket Indiana Judicial Branch Help Current: Searching for cases on the Odyssey docket.
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September 2, | Press Release. The Indiana Supreme Court is hosting an event to discuss the benefits of the Indiana Commercial Courts. General counsel from Indiana businesses, View daily and weekly calendars for Circuit and Superior Courts in most Indiana Counties, and for some City and Town Courts. Click the name of the court in the "Partner Courts" list in The information provided herein is taken from official Court minutes. However, please take note that: (1) confidential cases such as juvenile, paternity, etc. are not included; and (2) there may be pleadings or documents filed with the court not yet entered on the court minutes. Therefore, it is your sole responsibility to verify dates and times with your attorney or directly with the Court You will sign into blogger.com with the same username and password that you use to sign into the Indiana Courts Portal. You may sign in with your attorney number and PIN instead. · Call the court in which your case has been filed. If you know which judge is presiding over your case, call her office and speak to her assistant; the assistant should have For many Indiana courts, jurisdiction is based on whether other types of courts exist in a particular county or judicial circuit. The three main types of Indiana trial courts are Circuit ... read more