Due to COVID-19 restrictions, public access to the Circuit Courtroom is currently limited. To allow for public access, the Supreme Court has authorized trial courts to live-stream proceedings that are open to the public. Live proceedings may not be recorded, reproduced or published in any manner pursuant to Ind. Judicial Conduct Rule 2.17. A violation of this provision may result in contempt proceedings which could result in a fine, imprisonment, or a combination of the two.
Regarding Jury Service
Jury service consists of one full year from January 1st through December 31st. If you receive a jury questionnaire, please complete the questionnaire and return it to the Jefferson Circuit Court either by mail or personal delivery. At any time during the year of service, you may be asked to report for jury duty.
Upon receipt of a jury summons, it will indicate the date and time you must appear. The length of time for jury service will depend upon the trial for which you are summoned to appear. If you appear as ordered, you will not be summoned to appear again within the calendar year.
For further information regarding jury service, please go to Courts website and type “jury service” in the search bar.
Court staff are not permitted or qualified to give legal advice nor answer most questions.
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Online Co-Parenting & Parenting Skills Programs
Online co-parenting/divorce classes are most effective prior to mediation and ideal for divorce, separation or never married couples who have been court mandated to attend a co-parenting program. It is also helpful for those interested in improving personal skills, and growing as a parent. Classes are intended to focus on your children and help them successfully transition during your divorce or separation. All parent education classes are designed to meet court-ordered co-parent education requirements.