Supreme Court creates new ‘access to court records’ rules
The Indiana Lawyer on 11/19/2019 by IL Staff
The Indiana Supreme has created the Indiana Rules on Access to Court Records to replace several portions of Administrative Rule 9.
In orders handed down Friday, members of the Indiana Supreme Court amended Administrative Rule 9 and its references by striking them from the Indiana Rules of Court. In its place, the high court has created the Indiana Rules on Access to Court Records to specifically replace Administrative Rule 9 (A), (B), (D), (G), and (J).