Indiana is implementing a uniform statewide case management system called Odyssey, which provides free access to court information at mycase.IN.gov.
To get case information not yet available in Odyssey, contact the county clerk directly.
The mission of the Court Alcohol and Drug Program is to develop, train, certify, and support court-administered alcohol and drug programs operating under the provisions of IC 12-23-14 and the Rules for Court-Administered Alcohol & Drug Program promulgated by the Judicial Conference of Indiana.Problem-solving courts seek to promote outcomes that will benefit not only the offender, but the victim and society as well. Thus problem-solving courts were developed as an innovative response to deal with offenders' problems, including drug abuse, mental illness, and domestic violence. The Judicial Center provides training and technical assistance to probation departments and oversees the certification requirements for probation officers on behalf of the Judicial Conference. The Judicial Center administers the application process, examination and orientation program for new probation officers.
Appellate Courts and offices are open Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.
To find out when your local court is open, see Information by County.
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