Americans with Disabilities Act 
Animal Control 
Area Planning 
Circuit Court 
Clerk of the Circuit Courts 
 Contact Us
Domestic Violence 
Emergency Management 

IN Govt Logo
superior court
Home | FAQs | Links | Contact
The Jennings Superior Court was established by Indiana State Statute (Indiana Code 33-33-40-2) and has been in existence since January 1, 1997. Pursuant to Indiana Code 33-33-40-4 the Jennings Superior Court has the same jurisdiction as the Jennings Circuit Court. By local rule, The Jennings Superior Court has jurisdiction over misdemeanors, felony OMVWI charges, infractions, all small claims cases, all protective orders, one half of all civil claims, one half of all divorces and all divorce cases filed by a self represented litigant. There are approximately 3800 cases filed in the Jennings Superior Court each year.

The Jennings Superior Court is located on the first floor of the Jennings County Courthouse, 24 North Pike Street, PO Box 490, Vernon, Indiana 47282.

The Honorable Gary L. Smith is the current Judge of the Jennings Superior Court and began serving in that capacity January 1, 2009. Judge Smith graduated from Indiana University - Bloomington in 1984 with a bachelor degree in Political Science and History. He received his law degree from Indiana University - Indianapolis in 1988. Judge Smith is also a member of the Indiana Judicial Committee on Ethics and Professionalism.
 Health Department
 Human Resources
 Jennings County 911
 Job Opportunities
 Parks & Recreation
 Purdue Extension
 Soil & Water Conservation
 Superior Court
 Superior Court Probation
 Veterans Affairs

Tax Payment
Official Website of Jennings County, Indiana Government. Copyright 2018. All rights reserved.
Information included in this site is believed to be accurate, but is not guaranteed. Jennings County is not liable for errors or omissions.
This page is copyrighted. With the exception of public information, no other information may be duplicated without written authorization.
Jennings County is committed to providing resources and technical assistance regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA),
as amended, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504).