On Tuesday, May 15, Lake County began using the INcite Marriage License application. By Friday at noon, the busy office had issued 50 marriage licenses and recorded 12 marriage ceremonies!
Indiana Clerks received an update about the successful OMLA pilot on June 8th at their Annual Conference in Michigan City. On Friday, June 10th, JTAC began receiving calls from Clerks interested in using this new time-saving program.
On Wednesday, May 4th, the Allen County Clerk’s Office submitted the first marriage license using the new Online Marriage License Application! Allen County is one of four pilot counties for the new project, which went live last week. The other pilot counties are Hancock, Tippecanoe and Vanderburgh. Couples residing in any of the pilot counties can begin a marriage license online at http://courts.in.gov/marriage.
JTAC’s Marriage License application will soon undergo two big changes. An improved version will move to the new INcite framework, where it will join the Odyssey Data Warehouse, Mental Health Adjudication and the Protective Order applications. Users can look forward to some new time-saving features, better screen layout, and enhanced data security.
The latest Indiana Court Times cover story is all about JTAC’s Odyssey deployment and a look back over the last ten years of trial court technology. The story reminds us why Indiana chose not to undertake a standards-based approach to case management and explains why Odyssey is the right fit for Indiana. Read the story on the new Court Times blog.
Case Study: Hamilton County Odyssey Deployment
Watch a video featuring local Hamilton County staff before, during, and after the implementation of Odyssey.