Hendricks County, Indiana
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The Hendricks County Clerk's Microfilm Department can search for Hendricks County civil cases. They are located on the second floor of the Hendricks County courthouse and can be reached by phone at (317) 745-9800.
A complete record book contains an extensive summary of a civil case from its beginning to its end. Making a complete record of a civil case was not a requirement - it required the lawyer to pay an additional fee to the clerk - so most civil cases are not included in these books. The option of having a complete record made of a civil case was abolished by 1920.
Index to Hendricks County Circuit Court Complete Books (1886-1920)
A searchable index to the Hendricks County Circuit Court Complete Books, which date from 1834 through 1920. This index is in progress and more entries will be added later. This index contains the name of the two parties, the subject of the case, and the volume and page numbers.
An order book contains a brief summary (usually just 2-3 sentences) about what happened each time a case came before a judge. A case may span several order books.
Index to Hendricks County civil case records (1993-present) (Not stored on this site)
A searchable database of Hendricks County civil case records from 1993 to present, maintained by the State of Indiana. Visitors should choose "Hendricks County" from the drop-down menu, then click on the link for the particular database they want to search.