E-filing now available in all Indiana county courts

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SULLIVAN Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Sullivan has now joined the 91 other counties in Indiana as the final county court in the state to adopt e-filing.

Chief Justice Loretta Rush, Justice Steven David, Judge Paul Mathias and local dignitaries joined at the Sullivan County Courthouse Wednesday for a celebration to mark the special occasion.

Chief Justice Loretta Rush, Justice Steven David, Judge Paul Mathias and local dignitaries joined at the Sullivan County Courthouse Wednesday for a celebration to mark the special occasion.

E-filing allows for court workers and even citizens to fill out and submit documents and court paperwork online.

The state began putting this system in place in 2015, and after four years the entire state of Indiana is now connected though this system.

Justice Davis said the system will save time, money and paper documents that the court system will need to store.

David said most importantly, the technology brings convenience to those with busy schedules.

Abigail Degler walks you through the new e-file system

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