What information is available on the mycase.in.gov case search?

Published 03/12/2015 03:46 PM   |    Updated 03/12/2015 03:46 PM
What information is available on the mycase.in.gov case search?

The http://mycase.in.gov website includes basic civil and criminal case information from courts that use the state's Odyssey case management system. Local courts are responsible for updating the case information in Odyssey, and once a case is updated, the new information is immediately available on the website. For a list of courts that use Odyssey and mycase.in.gov, see http://courts.in.gov/4234.htm.

How far back records go varies by county or court and depends largely on when the court began using Odyssey and whether or not the court chose to add cases for online access that predate their use of Odyssey. In order to find out how far back cases go for a particular court, you must contact the court directly. Keep in mind that some courts are still adding old cases. Phone numbers for all courts and clerks' offices across the state are available at http://courts.in.gov/2808.htm.

Some case information is considered confidential and is not available on the mycase.in.gov website. To learn more about the types of information that are confidential, see Indiana Administrative Rule 9 at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/rules/admin/index.html.

Dismissed cases are available on the mycase.in.gov website, unless the case is confidential in nature or has been restricted or expunged from an individual's record.

For more information about the mycase.in.gov website, see the Terms of Use: http://courts.in.gov/2984.htm and the additional frequently asked questions: http://courts.in.gov/2635.htm.
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