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Appellate Motions Available Online as of July 1 - Appellate Practice News

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Posted on: Jun 9, 2016

Indiana appellate courts will make motions filed in non-confidential appeals available online next month. The Indiana Supreme Court authorized motions filed by attorneys on and after July 1 to be available to the public online at MyCase.in.gov and Appellate Case Search.

Motions are legal documents filed by each side in a disputed matter which are written requests to the Court. The following are examples: 

  • Motion of extension of time to file brief
  • Motion for oral argument
  • Motion to withdraw appearance

The online free access to motions is being announced after recommendations from the Task Force on Remote Access to and Privacy of Electronic Court Records.

Read the full press release here.

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