Tippecanoe County Court Records can be referred to in order to learn about judicial transactions which have taken place in the overall system of the Indiana Circuit Court. The Tippecanoe County Court Records and the various transactions which take place through this system are given grounding in law through the State Constitution.
The Tippecanoe County Circuit Court has been in effect since 1826, and up to the present it is the only such system which had been established in Indiana. Tippecanoe County Court Records can deal with a number of legal issues as may come up, including those dealing with domestic issues, as well as major civil and criminal legal proceedings.
People interested in referring to Tippecanoe County Court Records can accordingly refer to the main location for the Indiana Circuit Court system, located in Lafayette, Indiana. Tippecanoe County Court Records may also be found to refer to the main Circuit Court Judge for this system, who at present is Judge Don Daniel.
In addition to various kinds of criminal, civil, and domestic matters, Tippecanoe County Court Records can also be located which deal with an array of such legal actions and devices as adopting people or gaining guardianship powers over them, leaving property to them in trusts or estates, and other activities generally identified under the term of probate law. Tippecanoe County Court Records, out of all of those courts in the State, will refer exclusively to such matters in that this Circuit Court possesses sole authority over such matters.