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About Indiana

Indiana, located in the Midwestern United States, has a rich and varied history. The first inhabitants of the area were Native American tribes, including the Miami, Shawnee, and Potawatomi. The first Europeans to explore the area were French fur traders, who arrived in the late 1600s. In 1763, the British gained control of the area after the French and Indian War. The British held the area until the American Revolution, when the area became part of the Northwest Territory. In 1800, Indiana became a separate territory, and in 1816, it became the 19th state. During the 19th century, Indiana experienced rapid growth and development. The state was a major producer of agricultural products, such as corn, wheat, and livestock. The state also became a major industrial center, with the development of steel mills, automobile factories, and other industries. In the 20th century, Indiana continued to grow and develop. The state became a major center for the automotive industry, with the establishment of several major automobile companies. The state also became a major center for the aerospace industry, with the establishment of several major aircraft manufacturers. Today, Indiana is a major agricultural and industrial state. It is also home to several major universities, including Indiana University, Purdue University, and Notre Dame. The state is also home to several major cities, including Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and South Bend.

Indiana Facts

  1. Indiana is the home of the Indianapolis 500, the world’s largest single-day sporting event.
  2. Indiana is the birthplace of the famous basketball player Larry Bird.
  3. The world’s first professional baseball team, the Cincinnati Red Stockings, was founded in Indiana in 186
  4. The world’s first professional basketball team, the Indiana Pacers, was founded in Indiana in 196
  5. The world’s first commercial radio station, WOWO, was founded in Indiana in 192
  6. The world’s first professional rodeo was held in Indiana in 188
  7. The world’s first professional auto race was held in Indiana in 190
  8. The world’s first professional golf tournament was held in Indiana in 189
  9. The world’s first professional basketball league, the National Basketball League, was founded in Indiana in 193
  10. 1 The world’s first professional football team, the Decatur Staleys, was founded in Indiana in 192

Important Indiana Webistes:

Indiana Judicial Branch: Judiciary Home

Indiana Judicial Branch Courts & Clerks Offices Administration Public Records News & Publications Services Oral Arguments Watch live and archived oral arguments from Indiana's appellate courts Watch oral arguments online Find courts Search cases E-file a case Watch trial court hearings Indiana Court Times Judicial branch newsletter Latest issue

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Indiana Judicial Branch: Public Records Search cases, protection orders, child abuse registry and other collections Start searching Read opinions Rules of Court Request public records Request bulk data Public Records

Searching MyCase - Indiana Judicial Branch

If you have a case in an Indiana court that can be found online at, you can create an account and request an access code to link your case (s) to your account. Learn how to sign up and connect your case Attorney Access If you are a licensed Indiana attorney, you can sign into with your Courts Portal account.

Indiana Judicial Branch: Indiana Supreme Court: Home

Indiana Supreme Court 315 Indiana State House 200 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46204 Pho: 317-232-2540 Fax: 317-232-8372 Media Contact Kathryn Dolan Public Information Officer Pho: 317-232-2542 Fax: 317-233-6586 [email protected] Order on Media, Photography, and Computing Devices at Supreme Court Clerk of the Appellate Courts

Indiana Judicial Branch: Office of Judicial Administration: Judicial ...

Processes incoming filings and outgoing orders and opinions for Indiana’s appellate courts; maintains court records and the Roll of Attorneys. Attorney Disciplinary Commission Responsible for investigating attorney misconduct and prosecuting lawyer discipline proceedings. Communication, Education & Outreach

Indiana Counties:

  1. Adams County
  2. Allen County
  3. Bartholomew County
  4. Benton County
  5. Blackford County
  6. Boone County
  7. Brown County
  8. Carroll County
  9. Cass County
  10. Clark County
  11. Clay County
  12. Clinton County
  13. Crawford County
  14. Daviess County
  15. Dearborn County
  16. Decatur County
  17. DeKalb County
  18. Delaware County
  19. Dubois County
  20. Elkhart County
  21. Fayette County
  22. Floyd County
  23. Fountain County
  24. Franklin County
  25. Fulton County
  26. Gibson County
  27. Grant County
  28. Greene County
  29. Hamilton County
  30. Hancock County
  31. Harrison County
  32. Hendricks County
  33. Henry County
  34. Howard County
  35. Huntington County
  36. Jackson County
  37. Jasper County
  38. Jay County
  39. Jefferson County
  40. Jennings County
  41. Johnson County
  42. Knox County
  43. Kosciusko County
  44. LaGrange County
  45. Lake County
  46. LaPorte County
  47. Lawrence County
  48. Madison County
  49. Marion County
  50. Marshall County
  51. Martin County
  52. Miami County
  53. Monroe County
  54. Montgomery County
  55. Morgan County
  56. Newton County
  57. Noble County
  58. Ohio County
  59. Orange County
  60. Owen County
  61. Parke County
  62. Perry County
  63. Pike County
  64. Porter County
  65. Posey County
  66. Pulaski County
  67. Putnam County
  68. Randolph County
  69. Ripley County
  70. Rush County
  71. St. Joseph County
  72. Scott County
  73. Shelby County
  74. Spencer County
  75. Starke County
  76. Steuben County
  77. Sullivan County
  78. Switzerland County
  79. Tippecanoe County
  80. Tipton County
  81. Union County
  82. Vanderburgh County
  83. Vermillion County
  84. Vigo County
  85. Wabash County
  86. Warren County
  87. Warrick County
  88. Washington County
  89. Wayne County
  90. Wells County
  91. White County
  92. Whitley County

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