The Allen Superior Court will halt jury trials until at least January 11 due to the ongoing surge in COVID-19 infections in the community.
Allen Superior Court has postponed its landmark 50th Drug Court graduation due to restrictions on event sizes brought on by COVID-19.
In an effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, access to Allen County Court facilities will be restricted beginning Monday, November 23, 2020.
Allen County Courts and Fort Wayne United will collaborate to provide ilicit bias training for court employees.
The Indiana Bar Foundation honored individuals dedicated to the delivery of pro bono legal services, civic education, service to the legal profession and the public at its awards dinner December 8, 2019.
Allen Superior Court Judge Stanley A. Levine, will retire in December, upon completion of 20 years on the bench and a 55-year legal career.
Allen Superior Court Judge John F. Surbeck, Jr., will retire from the bench effective at the end of 2018.
A persistent scam involving phone calls claiming that the recipient has missed jury duty and owes a fine have surfaced again in Allen County.
After nearly 14 years on the bench Allen Superior Court Magistrate Robert E. Ross will retire effective Feb. 29.
Michael T. Douglass has been named a Magistrate in the Allen Superior Court Family Relations Division by Judge Daniel G. Heath.