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Tippecanoe County Court Records

Tippecanoe County court records consist of documents generated during legal proceedings in Tippecanoe courts. These records contain details like jury verdicts, court orders and decrees, and trial transcripts. The Tippecanoe County court clerk keeps and maintains court records from all Tippecanoe courts. Each court in the county has a specific jurisdiction, such as a family law court, criminal court, or juvenile court.

Are Court Records Public in Tippecanoe County?

Court records are generally public in Tippecanoe County. Under Indiana Code 5-14-3, all members of the public (citizens and non-citizens of Indiana) have the right to inspect and make copies of Tippecanoe public records. However, some juvenile and investigatory records of cases still in court cannot be disclosed to the public.

To obtain Tippecanoe court records, record seekers can visit the clerk at the Tippecanoe County Courthouse to submit a written request for any court record. Alternatively, requests can be submitted to the county clerk’s office using the Internet Service Request portal.

Tippecanoe County Courts utilize the Odyssey case management system, available on Record seekers should be prepared to pay any fee charged by the Tippecanoe County Clerk. Fees are charged for inspection and copies of the record.

Note: Fees generally depend on the record type and the number of copies requested. Requesters may also be required to provide a valid government-issued ID when requesting some records.

Tippecanoe County Court Records Search

Per Indiana Code 5-14-3, residents and non-residents of Tippecanoe County can conduct a Tippecanoe court records search. Anyone can visit the Tippecanoe County Courthouse to submit a written request for a records search to the county clerk. There are also online platforms set up by the county and the state of Indiana for court records searches. The Internet Service Request portal allows requesters to tender records search requests to the Tippecanoe County clerk, while allows records seekers to search for Indiana court records.

Tippecanoe County Court Records Search by Name

Name-based searches are a common option for accessing information. For instance, requesters can conduct searches using the names of the parties involved, the name of an attorney, the name of the presiding judge, and the location of an event, among others. Written requests for Tippecanoe court records may include additional information like the case number, the trial court, and the filing date. Record seekers conducting physical or online searches for Tippecanoe court records should ensure to include a name in their search requests.

Tippecanoe County Courts

The Tippecanoe County courts system comprises seven superior courts and a circuit court. Each superior court has jurisdiction over specific matters and is identified by the numbers 1-7 (as in Superior Court 1 and so on).

Tippecanoe Superior Courts handle the following cases: General Civil and Criminal matters (Superior Court 1), Major Criminal and Family law matters (Superior Court 2), Juvenile cases (Superior Court 3), Tenancy and Small Claims cases (Superior Court 4), General Jurisdiction and Felony (Superior Court 5), and Traffic cases (Superior Court 6). Superior Court 7 handles a hybrid of cases, while the Tippecanoe Circuit Court handles all probate matters and other cases beyond the jurisdiction of the superior courts.

All Tippecanoe courts are located in the historic Tippecanoe Courthouse building located at:

Tippecanoe Courthouse
301 Main Street,
Lafayette, IN 47901.

Tippecanoe County District Court Records

District courts are created in most counties to handle civil and criminal cases. However, the superior courts handle civil and criminal cases in Tippecanoe County. Therefore, Tippecanoe County has no District courts.

Tippecanoe County Criminal Records

Tippecanoe County criminal records provide details of an individual’s arrests and criminal convictions. They are maintained by the office of the county clerk and the office of the county sheriff. Therefore, Tippecanoe criminal records seekers can forward a request to any of these offices. Record seekers should note that juvenile criminal records cannot be disclosed to the public according to the Indiana Code.

To obtain Tippecanoe criminal records from the county sheriff, record seekers must complete a records request form and pay the corresponding fee. Requests can be submitted in person or mailed to the address below:

Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office
2460 Duncan Road
Lafayette, IN 47904

All requests sent via mail must include the correct fees, as requests will only be processed once payment is received.

Tippecanoe arrest records and criminal records can also be obtained by completing the Limited Criminal History Form and mailing it to:

Indiana State Police
Criminal History Limited Check
P.O. Box 6188
Indianapolis, IN 46206-6188

Requests mailed to the Indiana State Police must contain a money order of $7 as requests will only be processed after payments have been completed. Alternatively, Tippecanoe criminal records search can be conducted online using the Indiana State Police online service or the county clerk’s Internet Service Request portal.

Tippecanoe County Criminal Court Case Lookup

All requesters can look up details of Tippecanoe criminal court cases at the county clerk’s office and the Indiana State Odyssey case management system. Both platforms can be accessed online via the Internet Service Request portal for the clerk and for the Odyssey case management system. Tippecanoe criminal court case lookup can also be conducted physically at the office of the County clerk.

Get Tippecanoe County Civil Court Records

Civil cases in Tippecanoe County, including cases of debts, bankruptcy, property, medical malpractice, discrimination, and civil rights violation, are handled by Tippecanoe Superior Court 1. Tippecanoe County civil court records provide details of claims and judgments associated with civil cases.

Tippecanoe County civil court records can be obtained by submitting a written request to the county clerk at the Tippecanoe courthouse. Civil court records can also be obtained online via the Internet Service Request portal or the Indiana online case management system. Record seekers should be prepared to pay the required fees and provide accurate details to facilitate records search (like the name of parties involved).

Tippecanoe County Family Court Records

Tippecanoe County family court records include details of claims and judgments associated with family law cases. Family law cases include dissolution of marriage, name changes, adoption, property distribution, and domestic violence. In Tippecanoe County, family law cases are heard in Superior Court 2.

Like other Tippecanoe Superior court records, Tippecanoe family court records can be obtained in person from the county clerk's office or online via the Internet Service Request portal. Requesters can also obtain Tippecanoe County Family court records through the Indiana Odyssey system. Access to Tippecanoe family law records is not restricted to Tippecanoe citizens. However, requesters should be prepared to pay the required fees and provide a valid identification upon request.

Tippecanoe Dissolution of Marriage Records

Tippecanoe dissolution of marriage records indicate that a marriage conducted in the county has been legally terminated. Superior Court 2 holds jurisdiction over the dissolution of marriages in Tippecanoe County, especially if it concerns child custody and the sharing of properties. Marriage dissolution cases that do not involve children or properties are handled by Superior Court 7.

Tippecanoe Marriage Dissolution Decree (a major proof of marriage dissolution in Tippecanoe) can be obtained physically or online from the county clerk's office. The requester should endeavor to provide the names of the parties involved and the required fees, as these will facilitate an effective records search.

Tippecanoe Marriage and Divorce Records

Tippecanoe County marriage and divorce records are documents created by the government to show that a marriage has been legally established or dissolved. Per the Indiana Code, Tippecanoe marriage and divorce records are public and accessible to both residents and non-residents of Tippecanoe County.

Tippecanoe marriage licenses can be obtained in person at the county clerk's office. They can also be obtained on the same day of application if the couple provides proof of their date of birth and the required fees. On the other hand, Tippecanoe marriage certificates can be requested online by completing the certified marriage record request form on the Internet Service Request portal and paying the required fees.

Tippecanoe Divorce records can be obtained from the county clerk's office at the Tippecanoe courthouse. To obtain Tippecanoe divorce records online, requesters should search the Odyssey system with details like the filing date, the parties involved, or the attorneys involved.

Tippecanoe County Birth and Death Records

Tippecanoe birth and death records provide details of the birth or death of Tippecanoe citizens. These records highlight the individual's name, the date of birth or death, and their relations. Tippecanoe's birth and death records are also vital records. The government of Tippecanoe County creates and keeps Tippecanoe vital records to document the citizens' life events.

Tippecanoe vital records are kept by the Vital Records Division of the Tippecanoe County Health Department. Requests for Tippecanoe birth and death certificates can be submitted in person or mailed to:

Tippecanoe County Health Department
Attn: Vital Records Staff
1950 S18th Street
Lafayette, IN 47905

Tippecanoe birth and death certificates can be obtained online. Records requests submitted via mail must include completed application forms, the fee, and the photocopies of required documentation.

Tippecanoe vital records seekers must provide valid identification before obtaining Tippecanoe birth and death records. Acceptable options include a valid driver’s license or US passport. A photocopy of the ID may also be accepted. Applications for Tippecanoe birth and death certificates cost $15 each, and requests may not be processed until payment is complete.

Tippecanoe County Probate Court Records

Tippecanoe County probate court records highlight details of probate cases heard in the County's Courts. The Tippecanoe Circuit Court has exclusive jurisdiction over all probate cases in the county. Probate matters heard in the Tippecanoe Circuit Court include estates, guardianships, adoptions, and trusts.

To obtain Tippecanoe probate records, record seekers can submit a written request in person to the county clerk's office. They can also request them online through the Internet Service Request portal and Odyssey case management system. Requesters must generally pay a fee and provide a valid ID to obtain Tippecanoe Probate court records.

Tippecanoe County Property Records

Tippecanoe County property records refer to public records that provide information about real and commercial properties in Tippecanoe County. Information available on Tippecanoe property records includes the property's address, land descriptions, mailing address, details of ownership, and taxation.

To obtain Tippecanoe County property records, record seekers can visit the office of the Tippecanoe County Assessor of Property at:

Tippecanoe County Office Building
20 N 3rd Street
Lafayette, IN 47901

Alternatively, Tippecanoe property records searches can be conducted online via the Beacon's website. Users can conduct searches by the owner's name, the address of the property, or parcel numbers.

Tippecanoe County Court Records Online

Tippecanoe public records can be obtained from the relevant government agencies, courthouses, judicial or government websites, and sometimes third-party websites like Records search via third-party websites can be done using the parties' names or the filing date. However, third-party sites operate independently of any state government agency. As such, the record result and accuracy cannot be guaranteed.

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