Allen County Judicial Records

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Allen County judicial records don’t just include information on the charges filed against a criminal or the legal dispute that led to a civil action, but also they will have details on the verdict and what transpired while the case was being heard. These court dockets are maintained by the Clerk of Court’s office as well as the tribunal involved in the case.

Apart from this, if the matter if of a criminal nature, the police will get involved which means that the sheriff’s office will also keep information on such trials. The law enforcement agency has been put in charge of serving all warrants, including those issued in non-criminal matters. So, once again, the police department will have the court documents on such matters but only information pertaining to the arrest order will be available with them.

If you want to launch a case search in Allen County, IN, this can be done online as well as offline. For people who prefer the internet route to finding judicial records, there are two options. You could use the state judiciary’s website at This website has a case search tool that works not only for Allen but the other areas of IN as well.

An alternative would be a third party website; these can typically provide information not just on Allen County court dockets but also those from all other parts of Indiana and the country to that matter. Finally, you could get in touch with the clerk of court’s office or the tribunal in person or send in your inquiries to find court documents by mail.

For this, you will need to go to 715 S Calhoun St, Rm 201, Courthouse Attn; Records Mgmt Rm 202 Ft Wayne, IN 46802. The county clerk’s department works out of 1 East Main Street, Room 206, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802. Except for juvenile and sealed records, you will be able to access all sorts of criminal and civil court dockets through these agencies.