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The Court’s general practice is not to appoint legal counsel in civil proceedings. Indiana statute provides a defendant in criminal proceedings the right to court-appointed counsel if they are unable to afford legal representation.
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Anyone wishing to file an action on their own without counsel may visit the government website to search for forms. The only forms provided by the Circuit Court is the “Application for Emergency Detention of Mentally Ill and/or Dangerous Person.”