Indiana Court of Appeals
Charles J. Davis Sr. v. Bartholomew County Clerk (mem. dec.)
Civil plenary. Affirms the denial of Charles Davis, Sr.’s request for a civil penalty against the Bartholomew County clerk. Finds the Indiana public access counselor did not instruct the clerk to allow access to the requested records, so Davis was not entitled to recover a civil penalty. Also finds Davis waived his argument that because the clerk provided him with a redacted copy of a juror payment list, the clerk was required to produce all records as requested. Finally, finds Indiana Jury Rule 10 does not apply to Davis’ request.