Free Online Public Records and Background Search

PUBLIC RECORDS SEARCH

Ask A Question About Decisions in Indiana
Type in your Question:
Your Name or Nickname
4 x 1 = ?
This Question will be displayed live on this page

Dr. Mike Murdock - 7 Decisions That Will Decide Your Success Part 1
Indiana Questions
Q: medical malpractice decisions (St Joseph )
by anonymous
Q: list of current trials (St Joseph )
by chad
Q: October 2013 court decision Thomas and Megan Wright (Rush )
by emily
Q: what was the circumstances of case 64DO5-0703-FB2098 in Porter county IN...in 2007 (Porter )
by ace
Q: what was verdict in lisa june arends cases on 8/12/2013 (Porter )
by bebeb
Q: What was the verdict with the 4-25-13 trial for sexual molestation with Judge Surbeck. (Allen )
by Juror
Q: What happened with 4-25-13 sexual molestation case with Judge Surbeck? (Allen )
by Juror
Q: What happened with Derel Lee Jordan Jr. case of parole violation in noble county indiana? (Noble )
by Hollywood
Q: what is happening about Jacob Pinkstaff (Johnson )
by yep
Q: what happen with steven Johnson in court on september 19 2012 (Allen )
by Joy
Q: What is happening with Andrew Besing (Spencer )
by Cat

People Search, Public Records Finder
First Name
Last Name *
State Age *


Alabama Alaska Arizona
Arkansas California Colorado
Connecticut Delaware District Of Columbia
Florida Georgia Hawaii
Idaho Illinois Indiana
Iowa Kansas Kentucky
Louisiana Maine Maryland
Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota
Mississippi Missouri Montana
Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire
New Jersey New Mexico New York
North Carolina North Dakota Ohio
Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania
Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota
Tennessee Texas Utah
Vermont Virginia Washington
West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming
Browse by County
Browse by City

Latest Decisions News
They want their Obamacare subsidies
Indiana
Most Americans want a fix put in place if the Supreme Court invalidates financial aid to HealthCare.gov customers.
January 28 2015
They want Obamacare subsidies, no matter what
Indiana
Most Americans want a fix put in place if the Supreme Court invalidates financial aid to HealthCare.gov customers.
January 28 2015
Pence's perils on Obamacare
Indiana
Governors with 2016 hopes struggle with Medicaid expansion.
January 27 2015
Indiana gets Medicaid expansion approved
District Of Columbia
The Obama administration approved Indiana's plan to provide Medicaid benefits to nearly all poor adults, with some cost-sharing features.
January 27 2015
Medicaid expansion OK'ed for Indiana
District Of Columbia
Indiana's plan to provide Medicaid benefits to nearly all poor adults was approved, with some cost-sharing features.
January 27 2015
High and dry? Party drug could target excess drinking
Lafayette, indiana
A patent has been filed for a drug that produces some of ecstasy's euphoric effects – and seems to put the brakes on boozing
January 27 2015
Jury Finds 2011 Ford F-150 to Be a "Lemon" and Orders Refund to Vehicle's Owners
Indiana
On January 16, 2015 after a 3 day jury trial, a verdict was delivered in favor of Eckerty, Indiana residents, David and Linda Ingle, against Ford Motor Company in a federal and state "lemon law" ...
January 24 2015
House Scraps Abortion Bill Vote Due To Lack Of Support From Female GOP Reps
Indiana
House Scraps Abortion Bill Vote Due To Lack Of Support From Female GOP Reps House Scraps Abortion Bill Vote Due To Lack Of Support From Female GOP Reps Headlines Health Politics Has Been Optimized House Republicans decided late Wednesday evening to not vote on a bill that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy due to objections from GOP women and a lack of support from other ...
January 22 2015
Republicans drop abortion vote after revolt by female House members
Indiana
‘Meltdown’ in GOP amid fears that Republican-controlled Congress’s pro-life priorities risk alienating millennial women Relief, anguish, certainty: Seven women share the story of their abortion Faced with a party-wide “meltdown” over young female voters just as they are taking control of Congress, Republicans saw their first major assault on abortion access collapse after a late-night, last ...
January 22 2015
House GOP Scraps Abortion Bill Vote Due To Lack Of Support From Female GOP Reps
Indiana
House GOP Scraps Abortion Bill Vote Due To Lack Of Support From Female GOP Reps House GOP Scraps Abortion Bill Vote Due To Lack Of Support From Female GOP Reps Headlines Health Politics Has Been Optimized House Republicans decided late Wednesday evening to not vote on a bill that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy due to objections from GOP women and a lack of support from ...
January 22 2015
House GOP Scraps Plan To Vote On Abortion Bill
Indiana
House GOP Scraps Plan To Vote On Abortion Bill House GOP Scraps Plan To Vote On Abortion Bill Headlines Health Politics Has Been Optimized House Republicans decided late Wednesday evening to not vote on a bill that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy due to objections from GOP women and a lack of support from other lawmakers that would leave them short of votes to pass the ...
January 22 2015
U.S. Republican infighting thwarts move to roll back legal abortions
Indiana
By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Congressional Republicans were in disarray on Thursday after legislation clamping new limits on abortion was withdrawn from a House of Representatives debate because of a lack of support from more moderate members who rebelled against it. The setback for anti-abortion forces, and ultra-conservative House Republicans, came on the 42nd anniversary of the ...
January 22 2015
Rebellion initially headed up by group of female House Republicans
Advance, Indiana
Mark it down as a rare win for House GOP moderates.
January 22 2015
House GOP caves on abortion bill
Indiana
Leaders are facing a rebellion from a small, but critically important part of their caucus: GOP women.
January 22 2015
House GOP leaders cancel vote on abortion bill
Indiana
Mark it down as a rare win for House GOP moderates. After scrambling into the evening on Wednesday, House Republican leaders decided to scrap a vote on a controversial anti-abortion measure scheduled to coincide with an annual gathering of anti-abort...
January 22 2015
House GOP leaders cave on abortion bill
Indiana
Mark it down as a rare win for House GOP moderates. After scrambling into the evening on Wednesday, House Republican leaders decided to scrap a vote on a controversial anti-abortion measure scheduled to coincide with an annual gathering of anti-abortion advocates on Thursday because they couldn't round up enough support.
January 21 2015
GOP women rebel on abortion
Indiana
House Republican leaders are facing a rebellion from a small, but critically important part of their caucus: GOP women.
January 21 2015
Cops get handheld radar that can “detect people breathing” through walls
Indiana
Privacy advocates agree: warrantless use of device is likely unconstitutional.
January 21 2015
Indiana Supreme Court Strikes Down Overreach by State's Civil Rights Commission
Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 6, 2015 / Christian Newswire / -- Today, the Thomas More Society won an appeal on behalf of Fishers Adolescent Catholic Enrichment Society in the Indiana Supreme Court.
January 20 2015
Thousands, including Archbishop Cupich, head downtown in March for Life
Illinois
Thousands marched through downtown Chicago this afternoon in the 10th annual March for Life. Chicago’s new Archbishop Blase Cupich was there marching right along with them. There were politicians, church leaders and families from not only Illinois, but also Wisconsin and Indiana for the march — as well as a small pro-choice group. They started […]
January 18 2015
7 Reproductive Rights Issues to Watch in 2015
Indiana
by Nina Martin To say abortion opponents are feeling fired up in 2015 would be a massive understatement. In their first week back at work, congressional Republicans introduced a sweeping prohibition on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy ( H.R. 36 , the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act), as well as bills that would ban sex-selective abortions, target funding for groups like Planned ...
January 16 2015
Frank Kaminsky-led Badgers are Big Ten favorites
Indiana
By ERIC OLSON AP Sports Writer After the way the non-conference season played out, a lot of Big Ten teams are glad to get a fresh start as the new year arrives.
January 12 2015
Several thousand protesters gather in Moscow's Red Square
Indiana
Several thousand people rallied near Red Square on Tuesday to protest the conviction of the top Kremlin critic and his brother, in one of the boldest opposition demonstrations in Russia in years.
January 11 2015
Has Jeb Bush shown Republicans a new way to talk about same-sex marriage?
Indiana
Potential 2016 candidate said people should accept court rulings that legalize such unions.
January 07 2015
Ohio State Puts Playoff Committee Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Wisconsin
INDIANAPOLIS — If you are a member of the College Football Playoff selection committee member reading this for whatever reason, I have some simple, timely advice.  Run as fast as you possibly can and don’t look back. Don’t attend any more meetings and don’t worry about packing your clothes. Shut off your phone. Grab enough canned goods to last at least a few weeks and don’t forget the boxed wine ...
January 03 2015
Ohio State presents persuasive evidence to Playoff group
Ohio
INDIANAPOLIS — Awash in confetti, Urban Meyer ascended to the trophy dais at the center of Lucas Oil Stadium and made his closing argument.
January 03 2015
Court: U.S. Steel not to blame for drowsy driver crash
Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled a company is not liable for damages if their employee falls asleep and crashes into another motorist while driving home after a long day at work.
January 02 2015
Case reinstated against Occupy Chicago protesters arrested in Grant Park
Indiana
A state appeals court on Tuesday ruled the Chicago Park District’s curfew ordinance was constitutional, reversing a Cook County judge’s decision and representing a setback for nearly 100 Occupy protesters challenging their 2011 arrests.
January 02 2015
Top 10 Politics Stories of 2014
Indiana
Religious freedom, gay marriage, abortion, common core, immigration, "Obamacare," and the midterm elections led much of The Christian Post's politics coverage in 2014. Here, ranked by CP editors, are the top 10 Christian Post politics stories of the year.
January 01 2015
Cameras in the Streets: Focus on Justice
Indiana
From the earliest cave paintings to the Mass Observers of Great Britain, chronicling the everyday has been a preoccupation of humankind. 1 And on rare occasions a face in the crowd has captured something extraordinary, such as when Abraham Zapruder filmed the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
December 31 2014
Home | Contact-us