Try the new appellate case search and give us your feedback
Jun 19, 2013
A beta (work in progress) version of the Clerk's online docket is now online, and we'd like your feedback. New features include:
- Users may conduct a simple search with one piece of information about a case, such as case number, attorney number, attorney name, or litigant name.
- Users may conduct advanced searches, such as:
- Find all cases in which a particular attorney appears
- Find all murder cases from a particular county in the Supreme Court during a given time period
- Find all Court of Appeals cases filed between two dates
- Find all Supreme Court cases granted transfer since a particular date
- Find all Tax Court cases with an opinion issued in a particular year
- Users can easily navigate between the search page, search results and case details using built-in navigation or browser navigation.
- Search results display the date each case was last updated and are sorted by this date by default.
- Search results include several sort options, the ability to hide and show case details, and pagination for a large number of results.
- Case detail screens are printer-friendly.
- Users can view events in the case in chronological or reverse chronological order.
Try the new search at http://courtapps.in.gov/docket
Facsimile Transmittal Fee Facts
May 23, 2013 | Court Times Article
Can a court or clerk assess a fee for sending a document via facsimile?
Several times each year the Division is asked whether a clerk or court can assess a fee for sending a document via facsimile. There is a statute that authorizes a public agency, which includes the judicial branch according to I.C. 4-13-1-1, to collect a facsimile fee provided it is authorized by a statute or court order.
Read the whole story on the Court Times blog »