Applies to: mycase.in.gov and public.courts.in.gov/mycase
Odyssey Public Access (the "MyCase" website) is a platform for online services provided by the Office of Judicial Administration (the "Office").
Electronic access to court information is restricted by federal and state law in addition to court rules and orders. Information on this site is made available as a public service pursuant to order of the Indiana Supreme Court (Adobe PDF).
Information displayed on this site is not to be considered or used as an official court record and may contain errors or omissions. Accuracy of the information is not warranted. Official records of court proceedings may only be obtained directly from the court maintaining a particular record.
The financial data contained within a case may not include interest that has accrued or other charges that have become due since the last financial transaction. The Clerk's office can provide current financial information.
When searching the public access site by case number, it is possible that cases matching the case number entered may not appear in the search results depending on the exact format entered in the search form and the exact format entered into Odyssey. Users of the Odyssey case management system have been trained to use the exact case numbering format prescribed by Administrative Rule 8 when manually entering a case number. For help searching by case number, see our MyCase Help page.
Information obtained from this site should not be used as a substitute for competent legal advice.
Who May Use MyCase?
Access to MyCase is available to the public at no cost. It is not intended for commercial use. If you or your organization require access to bulk records please visit the following webpage for information regarding access to bulk data: https://www.in.gov/judiciary/iocs/3285.htm
Limited Right to Use
No user of MyCase may (1) take any action that imposes an unreasonable load on the site's infrastructure; (2) use any device, software or routine to interfere or attempt to interfere with the proper working of the site or any activity being conducted on the site; (3) attempt to decipher, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer any of the software comprising or making up the site; (4) delete or alter any material posted by any other person or entity; or (5) frame or link to any of the materials or information available from the site.
When retrieving information from MyCase, you are prohibited from (1) using or attempting to use spiders, robots, avatars, intelligent agents, or any other extraction or navigation search except for a normal browser; (2) aggregating, copying or duplicating any of the materials or information available from the site except for the small amount of materials and information temporarily required for an ordinary single use of the site; or (3) accessing data not intended for such user.
You are authorized to access, use and copy information and materials available through MyCase only as necessary for the proper use of the site's online services. The information and materials, including pages and content, may not be copied, distributed, modified, published, or transmitted in any other manner, including for use for creative work or to sell or promote other products. Violation of this policy may result in infringement of intellectual property and contractual rights of the Indiana Supreme Court, the Office of Judicial Administration, Tyler Technologies, Inc., or other parties, which is prohibited by law and could result in substantial civil and criminal penalties.
Right to Change MyCase
The Office of Judicial Administration may discontinue, edit, delete or change any aspect of MyCase, including, but not limited to: (i) restricting availability times, (ii) restricting compatibility with certain computer software or hardware, (iii) restricting amounts of use permitted, and (iv) restricting, suspending or terminating any user's right to use MyCase, at the Office's sole discretion and without prior notice or liability.
Who Owns MyCase?
MyCase is developed and maintained by Tyler Technologies, Inc., under contract with the Indiana Supreme Court, Office of Judicial Administration. The Office is responsible for the operation of MyCase.