Two more Indiana counties have made the switch to electronic case filings in the last week, bringing the total number of participating counties up to 20.
Clay Circuit and Superior courts made the switch to e-filing for more than 40 civil and criminal case types Monday, with the transition to mandatory e-filing scheduled for Jan. 19. Huntington Circuit and Superior courts also switched to voluntary e-filing on Oct. 14 and are scheduled to switch to the mandatory system on Dec. 13.
So far this year, 18 other Indiana counties have already switched to voluntary e-filing, and 14 of those have already made the transition to the mandatory system. The Indiana Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and Tax Court have also already adopted the mandatory e-filing system.
Marion County is next on the list of counties that will adopt a voluntary electronic filing system, with e-filing scheduled to go live on Friday and mandatory e-filing scheduled for Dec. 27.
Mandatory e-filing is scheduled to go live across the state by January 2018. More information about e-filing is available here.