February 6, 2012 by Editor
In the story Brigadoon, a mythical Scottish village appears for one day every hundred years. Indiana’s city and town courts may come into existence, or disappear, once every four years.
Ind. Code § 33-35-1-1(a) permits a second or third class city or a town to establish or abolish a city or town court by ordinance every [...]
April 1, 2009 by Editor
Clerks and judges who are involved in issuing case numbers for court cases should be aware of the provisions of Indiana Supreme Court Administrative Rule 1(B)(4). That rule states, among other things, that “the clerk shall assign one case number to each defendant charged with one or more offenses or violations arising out of the [...]