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Hamilton County Court Records

Hamilton County court records are public documents or information generated during court cases. They are generally maintained by court clerks in the county courthouses. Some examples of records include pleadings, trial transcripts, judgments, court orders, motions, and indictments, among other important data.

Are Court Records Public in Hamilton County?

Under the regulations of the Access to Public Records Act (APRA)Indiana Code 5-14-3, court records are public. Anyone may access information regarding the government and the official acts of public officials and employees.

Record seekers can obtain Hamilton County Court records from the Hamilton County Courts Clerk’s Office. Requesters can also access these records online via the Clerk’s Record Request Form or by using the my search platform.

Records seekers must, however, be ready to pay any fee that the court clerk may charge and provide a valid government-issued means of identification if such is requested. These costs typically cover the charge for the number of copies made and for accessing the records.

Hamilton County Court Records Search

Anyone may request a record search from the court clerk. Record custodians maintain online request platforms to facilitate requests and record searches. Depending on the platform, users may be able to search by name, case number, party name, or filing date.

Hamilton County Court Records Search by Name

Name searches are a common method for obtaining court information. Record seekers can conduct searches using details such as the names of the entities involved or the identity of the attorneys on the case. The Hamilton County Court Clerk’s Office provides a Clerk’s Records Request Form that includes a name search option. Record seekers may also need to provide additional information, such as the filing date, particulars of the presiding judge, or the names of the parties involved.

Hamilton County Courts

The people of Hamilton County are served by a Circuit Court, a Superior Court, and two City Courts. These courts have concurrent jurisdiction over juvenile, criminal, and civil cases. Here are the locations of the courts in Hamilton County

Hamilton County Courts

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 313
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-8382


Hamilton County Courts

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 337
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-9600


Hamilton County Circuit Court

100 East Main Street,
Room 203
P.O. Box 768 Crawfordsville,
IN 47933-0768
(317) 776-9635


Hamilton Superior Court No. 1

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 345
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-9655


Hamilton Superior Court No. 2

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 384
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-9647


Hamilton Superior Court No. 3

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 311
Noblesville. IN 46060
(317) 776-9709


Hamilton Superior Court No. 4

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 292
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-9612


Hamilton Superior Court No. 5

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 297
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 776-8260


Hamilton Superior Court No. 6

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 215
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 770-4450


Hamilton Superior Court No. 7

1 Hamilton County Square
Suite 239
Noblesville, IN 46060
(317) 770-8800

Hamilton County District Court Records

Hamilton County has no District Courts, although the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana has jurisdiction in Hamilton County. District Courts typically exercise general jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases, which is the jurisdiction of the Superior and Circuit courts in Hamilton County.

Hamilton County Criminal Records

Hamilton County criminal records provide details of an individual’s criminal past and convictions. Such records can be made available through the courts and law enforcement agencies. However, this also depends on the specific type of records being requested.

Record seekers can approach the Hamilton County Courts to request the criminal case records of a person or group of interest. Requesters can also access these criminal records remotely by accessing the Clerk’s Record Request Form via the Hamilton County Court Clerk’s Office.

Record seekers interested in criminal records that focus on incarcerations and arrests can approach the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. Requesters can also access this office by sending public records requests via email or the my platform to search the defendant by name or court case. Record seekers may need to present a valid government-issued ID whenever they make such requests. This is because of the sensitive nature of the information being released.

Hamilton County Criminal Court Case Lookup

Residents can look up court cases using public terminals available at the county courthouses or by simply using the courts’ online platforms. The online Clerk’s Records Request Form set up by the court clerk provides access to criminal court case lookups. Record seekers can also approach the Hamilton County Court Clerk’s Office at the courthouse to search for criminal court files.

Get Hamilton County Civil Court Records

Civil court records provide a source of information on civil cases, including dispute settlement between individuals and organizations, tax cases, and probate. In Hamilton County, such records fall under the jurisdiction of the County Clerk, who serves as the record keeper for all county-level court cases. The county's Superior Court has general jurisdiction over civil court records. Record seekers can request civil records from the Court Clerk. This process is simplified via the Clerk’s Records Request Form provided by the County Clerk.

Hamilton County Family Court Records

Hamilton County has no Family Court. Instead, family court cases fall within the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court in Hamilton County. To access these, record seekers will need to approach the court clerk at this court to make either an oral or written records request. Record seekers who desire access to these records can also do so via (317) 776-9629 or the Clerk’s Records Request Form provided by the court clerk.

Family court records pertain to cases involving guardianship, adoption, child custody, paternity, divorce, domestic relations, and spousal support. Record seekers may need to provide a means of identification by presenting a government-issued ID whenever they request records.

Hamilton Dissolution of Marriage Records

Dissolution of marriage is the legal process of ending a marriage. Hamilton's dissolution of marriage records are available at the Hamilton County Superior Court. Under The Access to Public Records Acts (APRA), these records are considered public and are maintained by the courts where the divorce was obtained.

Hamilton County Marriage and Divorce Records

Hamilton County marriage and divorce records are archived documents and files created while conducting conjugal unions or legally ending unions or marriages. According to the APRA, marriage and divorce records in Hamilton County are generally public. Such records are maintained by the Hamilton County Court Clerk’s Office. Record seekers can access marriage and divorce records via the Clerk’s Record Request Form, which provides easier access to the records of interest.

Hamilton Birth and Death Records

Hamilton County birth and death records provide details about the county's births and deaths. These records are readily available at the Hamilton County Health Department, Vital Records (Births and Deaths Department). Record seekers can obtain records by contacting the Hamilton County Health Department Office.

Record seekers can access the Birth Certificate by filling out a Birth Certificate Application Form and the Death Certificate by filling out a Death Certificate Application Form. To obtain a certified birth certificate, records seekers would be charged a fee of $15.00 per copy. Each copy costs $15.00 and a charge of $15.00 per copy for the certified death certificate. An additional non-refundable $5 service and a credit card processing fee would be applied to all online orders. Record seekers should know that certificates are issued Mondays through Fridays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and they may be required to present a valid government-issued means of identification.

Hamilton County Probate Court Records

Hamilton County has no probate courts. In Hamilton County, probate matters fall within the Hamilton Superior Court No. 2 jurisdiction, and requesters can access probate records via the Clerk’s Record Request Form.

Probate records are public records pertaining to cases and filings related to a deceased person’s estate. These records also validate the authenticity of a will and create administrations in cases where the deceased left no will to determine the legal heirs of such. Probate matters include conservatorship of adults and their estate, name changes, trust administration, and minors’ guardianship, amongst others.

Hamilton County Property Records

Hamilton County Property records are legal and public records about real property ownership, taxation, and title interest. Record seekers can access these records to obtain information such as surveys, addresses, mailing addresses, and mortgages on a property. Record seekers can also access the Hamilton County property records through the County Assessor’s Office, which provides Property Record Cards through the Property Reports and Payments Application Platform.

Hamilton County Court Records Online

Third-party online resources like can be tools for accessing Hamilton County court records. While operating independently of any government agency, third-party websites may offer ease of accessing documents and information from different locations and at any time. In addition, third-party websites gather records from different sources, make them available online, and save the costs and time of searching for records at different locations. However, using third-party online resources for Hamilton court records search may have disadvantages. For instance, some third-party websites may offer inaccurate or incomplete data.

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