Doxpop - Tools for Attorneys and Public Information Researchers: October 2010

Monday, October 11, 2010

Madison County, Indiana Switches to New Case Management System

The Madison County Courts have switched to a new Case Management system. This affects the availability of Madison County information on Doxpop. It does not affect cases in Pendleton or Anderson city courts.

As of Monday, October 11th, all cases filed in Madison Circuit and Superior Courts have been transferred to the Odyssey system of the Indiana Supreme Court. That means that updates for these cases will no longer be received by Doxpop. Existing case information on Doxpop from before that date continues to be available and searchable until further notice.

You can search for new cases and updates to existing cases filed in the Madison Circuit and Superior Courts on the state court administration web site:

Feel free to give us a call or email if you have any questions. ( or 866-369-7671 )

Important Note: This county's data was restored to the Doxpop system in November, 2011. Read the details here:

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Vermillion County Recorder Joins Doxpop

The Vermillion County Recorder, Lori Porter, has just become the 14th Indiana Recorder to make recorded document index and image information available on the web via Doxpop. Lori is also providing the Doxpop Property Watch Service to her community. Both services are provided on the web without the need to dip into the pockets of taxpayers, proving once again that county government in Indiana can still teach our state a few lessons about efficiency and accountability.

Local property owners who wish to receive email notification when documents referencing their property are filed by the Recorder may go to to register. It costs nothing to use this free service.

Access to detailed index and image information is provided at as a subscription service designed to serve businesses. Fees collected for the subscription service allow Doxpop and the Recorder's Office to provide these services with no public funding. The recorded document index information for Vermillion County dates back to August of 1994. Scanned images of documents begin in December of 1997. Vermillion County indexes over 69,000 documents, with images provided for 44,000. In all, Doxpop now provides index information for 5.1 million Indiana recorded documents and images for 4.1 million documents.

Vermillion County's Court Records have been available online at Doxpop since 2009 thanks to the efforts of Clerk Florinda Pruitt and Judge Bruce Stengel. Doxpop provides similar public access services to several other counties in the region including Vigo, Sullivan, Clay, Putnam, Montgomery, and Fountain.

Monday, October 4, 2010

Hancock County, Indiana joins Doxpop Fine Payment

Doxpop is pleased to announce that the Hancock County Clerk is now using the Doxpop Online Fine Payment Service.

The Hancock County Courts in Greenfield, Indiana handle many citations for drivers in Greenfield and other surrounding areas. Interstate 70 runs through Hancock County, and the Mount Comfort Road exit feeds traffic traveling through McCordsville using Olio Road to get to other areas such as Fishers and Noblesville. Doxpop Fine Payment helps these drivers pay their tickets on-line without the need to travel to the county courthouse with cash or a certified check in hand.

Doxpop understands that it's no fun to pay a traffic ticket, but we are doing what we can to help by simplifying the payment process and allowing drivers to focus instead on avoiding future citations.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Marshall County, Indiana: Welcome to Doxpop Fine Payment

Doxpop is excited to announce the addition of Marshall County, Indiana to our growing list of partner counties utilizing this service. Drivers and others with traffic infractions and ordinance violations in Marshall County now have the convenience of paying their fines and fees online with a credit or debit card. Please visit to take a look at this service today.

The county seat of Marshall County is Plymouth. Major highways within the county include US 6, 30, and 31, as well as State Roads 8, 10, 17, 106, 110, 117, and 331.