Indiana Code Title 33. Courts and Court Officers

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  • Article 1. General Provisions
  • Article 2. Supreme Court
  • Article 2.1. Judiciary Law of 1972
  • Article 3. Courts of Appellate Jurisdiction
  • Article 4. Circuit Courts
  • Article 5. Superior Courts
  • Article 5.1. Marion Superior Court
  • Article 6. Municipal Courts; ‚ÄČOrdinance Violation Bureaus
  • Article 8. Probate Courts
  • Article 9. Criminal Courts
  • Article 10. City and Town Courts
  • Article 10.1. City and Town Courts
  • Article 10.5. County Courts
  • Article 11.6. Marion County Small Claims Courts
  • Article 12. Juvenile Court Jurisdiction
  • Article 13. Judges
  • Article 14. Prosecuting Attorneys
  • Article 15. Clerks, Reporters, and Sheriffs of the Courts
  • Article 16. Notaries Public
  • Article 17. Circuit Court Clerks
  • Article 18. Court Fees
  • Article 19. Court Fees
  • Article 20. Interest-Bearing Attorney Trust Accounts
  • Article 21. Attorneys and the Practice of Law
  • Article 22. Effect of Recodification of Title 33
  • Article 23. General Provisions
  • Article 24. Supreme Court
  • Article 25. Court of Appeals
  • Article 26. Tax Court
  • Article 27. Judicial Nominating Commission
  • Article 28. Circuit Courts
  • Article 29. Superior Courts
  • Article 30. County Courts Repealed
  • Article 31. Probate Courts
  • Article 32. Circuit Court Clerks
  • Article 33. Court System Organization in Each County
  • Article 34. Marion County Small Claims Courts
  • Article 35. City and Town Courts
  • Article 36. Ordinance Violations Bureaus
  • Article 37. Court Fees
  • Article 38. Judges
  • Article 39. Prosecuting Attorneys
  • Article 40. Public Defenders
  • Article 41. Court Reporters
  • Article 42. Notaries Public
  • Article 43. Practice of Law
  • Article 44. Interest Bearing Attorney Trust Accounts

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