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  1. What kinds of cases can be searched online?
    The free case search at http://mycase.in.gov includes only courts in Indiana that are using the Odyssey case management system. The records available here are for informational purposes only and are...
    Date Updated: 12/15/2011
  2. How many years of criminal and civil case records are available online?
    Criminal and civil case records are available free at http://mycase.in.gov . This site includes only courts in Indiana that are using the Odyssey case management system. The records available here...
    Date Updated: 12/15/2011
  3. Is warrant information available online?
    The free case search at http://mycase.in.gov includes only courts in Indiana that are using the Odyssey case management system. If an individual in a case has an active warrant, this is indicated by...
    Date Updated: 12/15/2011
  4. In online case records, are the offense types (e.g., felony, misdemeanor, etc.) provided for all charges, including the original and amended?
    The free case search at http://mycase.in.gov includes only courts in Indiana that are using the Odyssey case management system, but may also include records from older case management systems...
    Date Updated: 12/15/2011
  5. Is full sentencing information available in online case records?
    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: 12/15/2011
  6. Where can I get legal advice or a lawyer referral
    Because judges and employees of a court must remain impartial, neither judges nor court employees may give legal advice. However, the information on the following sites may be of assistance to you...
    Date Updated: 01/09/2012
  7. Are Rule Committee meetings open to the public?
    No. The Rules Committee is a deliberative body of the Supreme Court. As such, to ensure full candor from the Committee members meetings are not open to the public. However, the public may participate...
    Date Updated: 12/15/2011
  8. How frequently does the Committee meet?
    The Committee meets monthly. See Trial Rule 80 at http://courts.in.gov/rules/trial_proc/index.html#_Toc244662985/ For further information contact tom.carusillo@courts.in.gov
    Date Updated: 12/15/2011
  9. Where would I fine information on protective order forms?
    A comprehensive list of forms is located on the Internet at: http://courts.in.gov/2699.htm . Please contact Tom Jones at 317-233-3695 or tom.jones@courts.in.gov if you have questions.
    Date Updated: 12/15/2011
  10. Where would I go to find information concerning No Contact Orders?
    Forms for No Contact Orders may be found on the protection orders website at http://courts.in.gov/2699.htm . On this same website, there is a link to the Protection Order Deskbook that contains...
    Date Updated: 12/15/2011