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Itching for Indiana Codes? FindLaw's Got 'Em, Free and User-Friendly

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By Casey C. Sullivan, Esq. on June 27, 2016 6:57 AM

Wondering about actuarial authority in Indiana? Need to know what spyware is prohibited in the Hoosier state? FindLaw has you covered.

If you're looking for the best, easiest-to-use Indiana codes, you can now find them on FindLaw. FindLaw's new Indiana Code and Constitution section has everything you could need, and it's all for free.

Find Indiana Laws at FindLaw

FindLaw's new Indiana Code and Constitution section comes to you through our partnership with Thomson Reuters' Westlaw, our sister company. That allows us to give you thousands and thousands of pages of Indiana laws, courtesy of the industry leader in online legal research -- without charging a dime.

We've got everything a legal professional in Indiana could need, from the state's constitution to its tax code, criminal laws -- even laws on livestock fair associations.

Put those together with FindLaw's Seventh Circuit blog, Indiana case law offerings, and practice management guides, and you've got just about everything you need to practice in Indiana, all in one place and all for free.

Friendly to Users, Friendly on Mobile

One of the best parts of the new Indiana codes is how simply they are to use. Organization and navigation are a breeze. (You don't need to worry about losing yourself in a maze of statutes anymore.) A four-level drop down menu helps you navigate through the codes easily, finding the exact section you need from a single page.

Once you've got what you're looking for, sharing is simple, too. Simply head down to the share button at the bottom of the page and you can email your research to yourself or your colleagues with just a few clicks.

Plus, our Indiana Codes and Constitution section is designed to be mobile-friendly. That means you can access them anywhere, on almost any device. Need to check a code on your phone from the courthouse? It's easy. Want to browse through Indiana election law on your tablet, while hanging out at a coffee shop? Go ahead. You can't find a more accessible set of codes anywhere else.

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