About Warrick County Superior Court 1 – Boonville
Warrick County falls within Judicial District 26 in the State of Indiana and is home to three distinct courts: Warrick Circuit Court, Warrick Superior Court No. 1, and Warrick Superior Court No. 2.
Each court holds general jurisdiction, overseeing a broad spectrum of cases, with specific exceptions. Warrick Circuit Court handles all juvenile delinquency cases, while small claims cases are divided between Warrick Superior Court 1 and Warrick Superior Court 2.
The specialized Warrick County Drunk Driving/Drug Court is under the jurisdiction of Warrick Superior Court No. 1. A magistrate, jointly appointed by the Warrick County Judges, serves all three courts.
Together, these courts boast a dedicated staff of over 25 employees and four courtrooms. The collaborative efforts of Warrick County’s judicial system ensure the efficient adjudication of a wide array of legal matters, emphasizing specialization where needed to address the diverse needs of the community.
Location & Contact Information
One County Square
Boonville, IN 47601