Indiana

Indiana became the 19th state on December 11, 1816. Indianapolis is the state capital. There are currently 92 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

A – M

Adams County / Allen County / Bartholomew County / Benton County / Blackford County / Boone County / Brown County / Carroll County / Cass County / Clark County / Clay County / Clinton County / Crawford County / Daviess County / Dearborn County / Decatur County / DeKalb County / Delaware County / Dubois County / Elkhart County / Fayette County / Floyd County / Fountain County / Franklin County / Fulton County / Gibson County / Grant County / Greene County / Hamilton County / Hancock County / Harrison County / Hendricks County / Henry County / Howard County / Huntington County / Jackson County / Jasper County / Jay County / Jefferson County / Jennings County / Johnson County / Knox County / Kosciusko County / LaGrange County / Lake County / LaPorte County / Lawrence County / Madison County / Marion County / Marshall County / Martin County / Miami County / Monroe County / Montgomery County / Morgan County 

N – W

Newton County / Noble County / Ohio County / Orange County / Owen County / Parke County / Perry County / Pike County / Porter County / Posey County / Pulaski County / Putnam County / Randolph County / Ripley County / Rush County / Saint Joseph County / Scott County / Shelby County / Spencer County / Starke County / Steuben County / Sullivan County / Switzerland County / Tippecanoe County / Tipton County / Union County / Vanderburgh County / Vermillion County / Vigo County Wabash County / Warren County / Warrick County / Washington County / Wayne County / Wells County / White County / Whitley County 

 

Indiana Supreme Court

 

 

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State Capitol – Indianapolis