State Supreme Court Justice Frank Sullivan, Jr. was in Knox Friday afternoon. Justice Sullivan chairs the Court’s Judicial Technology and Automation Committee which guides courts throughout the state to upgrade it’s technology.
“The Judicial Technology and Automation Committee has many projects, but the single biggest and most important one is providing to each of the courts in Indiana, and there are about 400 of them, a computer system to help those courts keep track of their cases,” explained Justice Sullivan.
He was in Knox to make an announcement about the Knox City Court.
“The Knox City Court is one of 81 courts in 26 counties in Indiana that are currently using Odyssey to manage their cases.”
Among those on hand were City Court Judge Charles Hasnerl, Starke County Prosecutor Nicholas Bourff and State Representative Nancy Dembowski.