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Online Court Resources
Resources for the for the Clarksville Town Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Clark County, Indiana, and resources applicable to all courts in Indiana.
Searching Case Records
Indiana Case Information
Access to basic case information for Circuit and Superior Courts in most Indiana counties, and for some City and Town Courts, is available to the general public. Search options include party name, case ID, and county. Advanced search options and other features are available through a subscription service.
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
Indiana Court Calendars
View daily and weekly calendars for Circuit and Superior Courts in most Indiana Counties, and for some City and Town Courts. Click the name of the court in the right column to access the calendars, which appear under the List of Courts tab.
Published opinions and orders
Older Indiana Attorney General Opinions
Search the Indiana University database of Indiana Attorney General opinions from 1933 - 1976. Search by keyword or browse by author, title or subject.
Recent Indiana Attorney General Legal Opinions
View Indiana Attorney General legal opinions from 2001-2008 and from 2009-current.
Self help, legal research, general information
Clark County Infraction Deferral and Traffic Citation Information
The Clark County Prosecuting Attorney offers information its Infraction Deferral Program, which can result in a dismissal of charges for some offenders. Links to a downloadable Infraction Deferral Agreement and traffic citation information pamphlet are at the bottom of the page.
Clark County Prosecutor Services and Programs
The Clark County Prosecuting Attorney's Office offers information about its services and programs including Adult Protective Services, child support enforcement, domestic violence help, and Victim Assistance Program. Drug abuse and juvenile criminal procedure information is also available. Links are in the left column.
Indiana Legal Information
View Indiana legal information related to a variety of topics, including divorce, child custody, child support, evictions, foreclosures, debt collection and other legal issues, including general information about the courts and legal system. Information is also available in Spanish.
Search the Indiana Code by title, article, chapter, section, and keyword; or browse by title number and subject.
Indiana Self-Representation Information
View information and resources for people without attorneys, including a guide to representing yourself in court, mediation, protection orders, finding a lawyer, court forms, legal research, and foreclosures.
Indiana Supreme Court Law Library
View information about the Indiana Supreme Court Law Library, including hours, available materials and resources, and an online catalog.
Indiana Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles provides information about traffic tickets, criminal violations, license suspension, and license reinstatement.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Free Indiana Legal Services and Community Resources
Search Indiana legal services and community assistance organizations for low-income and elderly residents by topic or keyword.
Indiana Attorney Complaint Information
The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission describes how to make a complaint about a lawyer, including an online complaint form.
Indiana Attorney Discipline Records
The Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission offers an online search service of attorney status and a listing of orders and opinions in attorney discipline cases.
Indiana Free Legal Help
View a directory of organizations that provide free civil legal services, arranged by county.
Indiana Lawyer Directory
Search the roll of attorneys licensed to practice in Indiana by name or attorney number. Search may be limited by city.
Indiana Legal Answers
The Indiana Pro Bono Commission provides a free online resource for low-income residents to ask questions and receive answers from lawyers. Registration is free; applicant must meet income, residency, and other qualifications.
Indiana Legal Assistance
Find links to organizations offering free and low-cost legal assistance to eligible clients.