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If you have an Adams Circuit Court case (01C01), check in the Court at 112 S. 2nd Street C, Decatur, IN 46733, or by phone at (260) 724-5307.
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The Adams Superior Court staff cannot: •provide legal advice or legal interpretations; •advise you whether or not you should bring your case to court or give you an opinion about what will happen if you bring your case to court; •advise you what to say in court; •let you talk to the judge or magistrates outside court; •cannot talk to the judge or magistrates for you about your case; •fill out a form for you or tell you what words to use in your court papers; •sign an order or change an order signed by the judge or magistrates; •explain the meaning of a court order to you; and •provide any guidance or interpretation of the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines for you.
8) Adams County Bar Association
President, Cory Sprunger, Attorney at Law, Office Phone Number (260) 589-2338
Furthermore, communications with a party must be in the presence of all other opposing parties. There cannot be private, one-sided conversations with a judicial officer. This is known as the prohibition against ex parte communications. Finally, a judicial officer must remain independent from all influence. Suggestions that the judicial officer will not get your vote, or that you will publicly criticize the judicial officer, or that you will write a letter to the editor, or that you will report the judicial officer to the authorities will not influence the judicial officer’s decision, nor will it open the lines of communication to the judicial officer. The Canons of Judicial Conduct govern each of these topics concerning judicial independence, impartiality, and communications concerning a case. Please refer to Canon 1(A), Canon 2(B), Canon 3(B)(2), Canon 3(B)(5), and Canon 3(B)(8)