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Wabash County Courts and Clerk

If you have questions about a case or about serving jury duty in the Wabash County courts, or you would like to get a copy of a document from Wabash County, such as a marriage certificate, divorce decree, child support order or other judgment, you must contact the Wabash County Clerk's office or the court directly using the contact information listed below.

Local Court Contact Information

Email addresses for the Clerk and the Courts are typically not published to this website. If the Clerk or Courts do not publish email addresses to their official website(s) (linked below, if available), then email is not an appropriate way to contact these offices with questions or requests.



Local Office

Location & Contact Info

 

Clerk's Office
Elaine J. Martin, Clerk

69 West Hill Street
Wabash, IN 46992 [map]

Pho: (260) 563-0661
Fax: (260) 569-1352

Circuit Court
Hon. Robert R. McCallen, III, Judge

49 West Hill Street
Wabash, IN 46992 [map]

Pho: (260) 563-0661
Fax: (260) 569-1374

Superior Court
Hon. Christopher M. Goff, Judge

59 West Hill Street
Wabash, IN 46992 [map]

Pho: (260) 563-0661
Fax: (260) 563-1398

Wabash City Court
Hon. Timothy A. Roberts, Judge

23 West Market Street
Wabash, IN 46992 [map]

Pho: (260) 563-4946
Fax: (260) 563-4946

District 9 Rules

This county is in Judicial District 9. For information about district leadership, rules or governance plans, see Judical District 9.

Local Rules and Other Documents

All Indiana counties are required to have local court rules, some of which must be approved by the Indiana Supreme Court (See Indiana Trial Rule 81 for more information). View Orders Amending Local Rules.

This county has proposed changes to their local rules following guidelines established by the Indiana Supreme Court. Comments to the proposed local rules may be made in writing, beginning on May 28, 2014, and will close June 27, 2014. Comments may be made by following the instructions outlined in the document. Supreme Court approval is required for caseload allocation plan amendments.

The Wabash County judges have requested to re-adopt the current caseload allocation plan (CAP). The CAP will be readopted with only changes to the designation of felonies by levels according to the new legislation. Comments will be accepted until June 30, 2014, and Supreme Court approval is required.

This county has been approved by the Division of State Court Administration to post court records to the Internet according to Trial Rule 77.

This page contains basic information about the courts and clerk in this county.  This page has been created for your convenience and does not serve as the official webpage for the county, courts, or clerk listed herein. Because personnel changes can happen frequently, the contents of this page may be out of date, though every effort has been made to keep the content current. Report errors on this page to the Indiana Courts webmaster.