Supreme Court Awards Grants

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The Court Reform Grant Program has awarded more than $2.4 million since 2008. The Court Reform Grant Program has awarded more than $2.4 million since 2008.

The Indiana Supreme Court has announced $450,000 in grants. The funding will help counties and pro bono districts improve services for unrepresented litigants as well as those who are not proficient in English.

The Court Reform Grant Program has awarded more than $2.4 million to nearly 100 trial courts and judicial agencies since 2008. The funding has supported efforts including court performance measurement and technological infrastructure.

The grants include:

Facilitation Grants for Unrepresented Litigants:

Clark County, Floyd County, and Pro Bono District L - $75,000
Delaware County, Henry County, and Pro Bono District F - $50,000
Hamilton County - $43,794
Madison County - $50,000
Marion County and Heartland Pro Bono District - $48,500
Montgomery County - $9,000
Owen County and Pro Bono District 10 - $46,617
Spencer County and District K Pro Bono - $12,171

Limited English Proficiency Grants:

Allen County - $23,000
Cass County - $50,000
Court Interpreter Program Advisory Committee of Commission on Race and Gender Fairness - $19,332
Hamilton County - $6,206
Harrison County - $8,500
Newton County - $5,000
Vanderburgh County - $9,857

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