What are Odyssey courts?
Odyssey is the industry-leading integrated courts and justice solution. Odyssey easily integrates with Tyler courts and justice solutions, providing you and your justice partners access to critical and sensitive information.
What is Odyssey in law?
About Odyssey Odyssey is a cloud-based legal case management solution that enables justice/court agencies to streamline operations related to electronic filing, petitions, finances, jury selection and other administrative processes.
Are Indiana courts in session?
Indiana’s courts are open and continue to operate, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, court business may be limited to the highest priority matters. If you have questions about court operations in your county, see your local courts’ website or call the court or clerk’s office directly.
How do I file an odyssey?
Odyssey Guide & File is a free, online service that helps you fill out forms to send to court in three simple steps:
- Answer questions online.
- Review your forms.
- Send your forms to court either by e-filing, mailing, or taking them to court.
Is Marion County courthouse open to the public?
The Marion County Clerk’s Office is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday….Clerk Observed Holidays:
|New Year’s Day||Friday, January 1, 2021|
|Memorial Day||Monday, May 31, 2021|
|Independence Day||Monday, July 5, 2021|
What happens if the jurors Cannot agree?
If the jury cannot agree on a verdict on one or more counts, the court may declare a mistrial on those counts. A hung jury does not imply either the defendant’s guilt or innocence. The government may retry any defendant on any count on which the jury could not agree.”
How do I contact the Odyssey portal administrator?
Please email the Portal Help Desk at [email protected] for technical support.
How do I find my case?
The case number is usually located near the top of the document. The name of the court is typically identified throughout the document and is stamped and dated by a court official.
What are the four types of state courts?
The state courts may be divided into four general categories or levels: trial courts of limited jurisdiction, trial courts of general jurisdiction, intermediate appellate courts, and courts of last resort.
Is Indiana a judicial state?
The Supreme Court of Indiana, established by Article 7 of the Indiana Constitution, is the highest judicial authority in the state of Indiana. Located in Indianapolis, the Court’s chambers are in the north wing of the Indiana Statehouse.