Warrick County Circuit Court

About the Warrick County Circuit Court

Established by statute in 1813, Warrick County saw the creation of its Circuit Court following the 1851 Indiana Constitution, which empowered the General Assembly to establish circuit courts across the state.

With each of Indiana’s 92 counties hosting at least one circuit court, Warrick County operates its own, encompassing jurisdiction over civil, criminal, juvenile, and probate matters.

Judge Greg A. Granger assumed the position of Warrick County Circuit Court Judge in 2015. The dedicated staff includes the elected Judge, two Guardian ad Litems, one Bailiff, two Court Reporters, and a part-time office assistant.

The Circuit Court Probation Department is staffed by one Adult Probation Officer, one Juvenile Probation Officer, one Court Reporter, and a part-time office assistant. Additionally, the Circuit Court oversees the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program of Warrick County.

This comprehensive structure ensures the effective handling of legal affairs and the proper administration of justice within Warrick County.

Judges & Staff

  • Judge Greg A. Granger
  • Magistrate Benjamin R. Aylsworth

Location & Contact Information

One County Square
Suite 360
Boonville, IN 47601

Phone: 812-897-6130

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