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  1. 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...
    Date Updated: 03/12/2015
  2. How can I find out if a court has issued a warrant for a person’s arrest?
    Unless a court indicates that a warrant is confidential, warrant information is available on the http://mycase.in.gov website. If a defendant in a criminal case that is included on the site has a...
    Date Updated: 03/16/2015
  3. How up-to-date is the case information on the mycase.in.gov case search?
    The case information posted to http://mycase.in.gov is entered by the local courts that use the Odyssey case management system. As soon as a record is updated by the local court, that information is...
    Date Updated: 03/16/2015
  4. Is full sentencing information available in case records on the mycase.in.gov website?
    If sentencing information was entered into a case record by the local court, then that information is available online, but only if the case (or any part of the sentence itself) is neither...
    Date Updated: 03/16/2015
  5. Are both original and amended charges and their offense types listed in criminal records on the mycase.in.gov website?
    If a Motion to Amend charges in a criminal case is filed and the court notes that in the case record, then the case record at http://mycase.in.gov will show both the original and the amended charges...
    Date Updated: 03/16/2015
  6. Who in Indiana can have access to court records?
    All persons have access to court records as provided in Administrative Rule 9(B). Under Administrative Rule 9(J), court records are normally available for examination in the courthouse during regular...
    Date Updated: 03/19/2015
  7. What is a CASA and a GAL?
    CASA stands for court appointed special advocate. A CASA is a trained, community volunteer who advocates for the best interests of abused and neglected children who are involved with the child...
    Date Updated: 03/17/2015
  8. Does the Supreme Court have forms for filing for a guardianship?
    There are no forms on our site for guardianship. A guardianship is a unique custody relationship and it is difficult to create a form that would satisfy the needs of everyone who needs one. If you...
    Date Updated: 03/17/2015
  9. How much time is required to be a GAL/CASA volunteer?
    A typical volunteer spends 10-20 hours a month on a case. Most volunteers have only one or two cases involving one or more children at a time. The volunteer is asked to commit to the child, and to be...
    Date Updated: 03/17/2015
  10. Where can I find information concerning the Chronological Case Summary (CCS)?
    The Chronological Case Summary (CCS) is defined in Trial Rule 77 ( http://www.in.gov/judiciary/rules/trial_proc/ ). The Trial Rule 77 Quick Guide ( http://courts.in.gov/admin/2489.htm ) discusses the...
    Date Updated: 03/19/2015