May 6, 2013 by Editor
Each year, millions of dollars in fines and courts costs charged to defendants in Indiana’s courts go unpaid, often leaving courts and clerks with little recourse for collecting those debts. Some people simply forget that they got that speeding ticket; others cannot come up with the money to pay that fine on time; and [...]
May 2, 2012 by Editor
It depends on which road you take.
In the September/October 2010 issue of the Indiana Court Times, we discussed the differences between a Petition for a Restricted Driver’s License under Indiana Code 9-24-15 and a Petition for Judicial Review of a Habitual Violator Suspension under Indiana Code 9-30-10. One of those differences is the type [...]
September 13, 2010 by Editor
When INcite was initially launched, users had access to suspension and conviction information, but a later change in software used by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) removed that access. As of July 1, 2010, that access is restored, and for the first time, title, lien and vehicle registration information is also included.
In addition to [...]
June 30, 2009 by Editor
Reaching the 100 mark is momentous for birthdays and businesses. Celebrations fitting for the occasion usually include parties and cakes along with speeches and pictures. On June 8th, an unlikely guest of honor, traffic tickets, celebrated the triple digit number. Getting a traffic ticket can lead a person to proclaim, “It was a bad day.” [...]