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Court authorizes interim solutions to infraction, ordinance violation e-filings - E-Discovery, Information Governance & Cyber Security Section News

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Posted on: Jan 10, 2017

Here's another exciting tech advance for Indiana’s state-court e-filing systems. The Indiana Supreme Court has authorized e-filing for infraction and ordinance-violation cases. Attorneys can begin using e-filing in infraction and ordinance-violation cases in the appropriate county once civil e-filing has begun in that county.  

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