Judicial Technology and Automation Committee
Division of State Court Administration
30 S. Meridian Street, Ste. 500
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Director and Counsel for Trial Court Technology
The Indiana Supreme Court established its Judicial Technology and Automation Committee (JTAC) in 1999 in recognition of the growing impact of modern computer technology and innovation on the business of the judiciary and the need for uniform policies on implementation of information technology within the Indiana judicial system. More about JTAC »
Each year, millions of dollars in fines and courts costs charged to defendants in Indiana's courts go unpaid, often leaving courts and clerks with little recourse for collecting those debts. Some people simply forget that they got that speeding ticket; others cannot come up with the money to pay that fine on time; and others simply ignore the court's order. Their lives go on, the fines and costs remain unpaid, the courts' judgments remain unfulfilled, and resource-strapped counties forego needed services.
That is until 2011, when the Indiana Supreme Court partnered with several executive branch agencies to pilot a project using Indiana's tax intercept statute...
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