Perry Township Small Claims Court
The Perry Township Small Claims Court is a cooperative effort between three township officials: Judge Cheryl Rivera, Constable David Taylor, and Trustee Susie Day. Judge Rivera presides over all claims presented to the court, Constable Taylor oversees order in the court room and issues all papers from the court, and Trustee Day is the fiscal officer for the court. All serve four-year terms.
Every Township in Marion County has a Small Claims Court. The Perry Township consists of an office manager, three full time clerks, and a part-time clerk. Hearing over 6,000 cases per year, the Court is designed to provide quick and easy access to persons with legal grievances with claims of $8000 or less.
Cases are required to be filed where the Defendant is located or the contract is signed. Cases involving landlord and tenant disputes must be filed in the township where the property is located.
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
4925 Shelby Street
Indianapolis, IN 46227
(317) 786-9242 (office)
Please Call (317) 788-4828
(317) 788-4826 (fax)
The Perry Township Small Claims Court Presiding Judge Cheryl Rivera
The Perry Township Small Claims Court Constable
David Taylor is the constable of the Perry Township Division of the Marion County Small Claims Court. The constable is making local government work for all of us by improved public safety for all Perry Township residents with timely serving of warrants, professional and accurate completion of law enforcement duties, increased transparency to make government more accessible to local residents and common-sense reforms that result in better service for taxpayers.
Constable Taylor provides bailiff services for the Perry Township Judge, serves court papers for the Perry Township Court, supervises evictions, replevins, and writ of attachments. Other duties include serving the court's personal service of process, carry out the orders of the court, and the preparation and mailing of all registered or certified service.
Constable Taylor strives to continue the policies and practices implemented to make the court the success it is known for today. Constable Taylor believes in public service and that all individuals from all walks of life need to be treated with respect and dignity when dealing with our court system.
Constable Taylor earned his bachelor's degree from IUPUI and holds a certification from the FBI National Academy.