Warren County Circuit Court, Indiana

The Warren Circuit Court is a court of general jurisdiction. it includes probation and pretrial serv


This is Teacher Appreciation Week and National Nurses Week. The Court would like to extend its heartfelt appreciation to all the phenomenal partners we have have in education and nursing working in our County. Teachers and nurses, both active and retired, serve as volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates for kiddos in our Court. Our teachers partner with the Court to bring law to the classroom, including: Third Grade field trips to the Court; Constitution Day visits from the Judge; and Mock Trials. Our nurses work closely with the Court on substance abuse and mental health for those in crisis in Warren County. From all of us at the Court, THANK YOU to our Warren County Teachers and Nurses for all you do, on and off the clock!! To volunteer as a Warren or Fountain County CASA or learn more, visit our webpage at indianacasa.org

Photos from Seeger Memorial Junior - Senior High School's post 04/29/2023

The Court would like to commend the hard work of the students in their first Mock Trial. Thank you to Warren County Prosecutor Bonnie Adams and Public Defender Chad Montgomery for volunteering to coach these students and to Mr. Commons for undertaking this innovative learning experience in his classroom.

Photos from Seeger Memorial Junior - Senior High School's post 01/30/2023

The Staff at the Warren Circuit Court and Probation would like to congratulate our Seeger Intern, Haylee Walsh-Starr on earning her place as Salutatorian of the Class of 2023. Best wishes to Haylee on her bright future and congratulations to both these young ladies on their academic accomplishments!


Thank you to our wonderful CASA Volunteers and DCS Family Case Managers who are collecting gifts for children in Warren County this holiday season. What a great service to our community!

⭐️It's the most magical time of the year!⭐️

CASA Of Fountain and Warren Counties and the Warren/Fountain County DCS need YOUR help spreading some Christmas hope and cheer to the children we serve!

The link below will take you to the Amazon wish list. It's full of items that will help make this Holiday season a little brighter for the children on our cases. ✨

When you purchase from the Amazon wish list the gifts will be delivered directly to the CASA program. The Family Case Managers and CASAs will make sure the gifts are distributed to the children and families before Christmas morning. 🎁🎄🎁

We have 49 children on the wish list so far! We would LOVE for every child to receive their full list! Please share the post and Amazon link.



NOW HIRING: Community Action Program is now hiring drivers for its MAC Van program with starting pay at $14.00 per hour. If you are interested, please call the MAC Van Office and speak to Tammy Nickle at (765) 793-3000 for more information.


A big shout out to the Seeger Cheerleaders, who supported the Court's CASA program by collecting items for our children in need and our Program. Pictured below is our CASA Director, Audrey Hayman, along with the Patriot Cheerleaders. Thank you so much Ladies! Way to represent Seeger.


This week is recognized by the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) as National Pretrial, Probation, Parole Supervision Week. The Warren Circuit Court would like to thank the hard work of our Probation and Pretrial Department, including its supervision officers Amanda Burton, Robin Hegg, and Pretrial Officer Bill Miller. These Officers work hard throughout the year to supervise and support their clients on Probation, Pretrial Release and through our Drug Court program, in recovery and rehabilitation. Thank you!!


WARREN CIRCUIT COURT TOPS $1 MILLION in third-party funding with new $240,000 GRANT for victim advocacy program: Judge Hunter Reece was recently informed that a second of two large grants was awarded to Warren County from applications submitted in early 2022. This second grant funds individuals providing advocacy to alleged crime victims. (An earlier post on 06/10/2022 discussed a transportation grant with Fountain County for $400,000). This brings the total funding to the Circuit Court this term to $1.3 MILLION (excluding fees also collected) from sources outside the local tax budget, to provide services in Warren County. This new Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant will launch in October 2022 to fund two initiatives, including first providing improved support and attorneys to Warren County volunteer child advocates through a fully funded Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program, including staff employees to support volunteers, building build on the existing volunteer CASA program. Judge Reece is very thankful for all our CASA Volunteers. A second initiative will provide free legal aid attorneys to crime victims, here in Warren County, who need assistance in civil legal matters, such as protective order hearings, divorce, custody, eviction, credit assistance, and more. Attorneys may assist in most any civil legal matter that springs from the individuals victimization and helps reduce the harm of the crime or alleged crime. The Legal Aid Coordinator will work closely with our Prosecutor, Hope Springs, Beyond the Violence and more, to connect victim to free civil attorneys. More information is coming on this new Legal Aid Program. Judge Reece believes this Program will help match advocates and attorneys with those who lack funds to hire them during stages most critical to reducing the impact and trauma of crimes. More information on how to apply for these services will be posted later this summer.


WARREN COUNTY RECEIVES $400,000 GRANT. The Warren Circuit Court is excited to announce that we were recently informed that a joint initiative between the Warren and Fountain Circuit Courts will receive $400,000 to fund their bi-county initiative to improve transportation to Justice Involved individuals in the two counties. The Grant from the Indiana Department of Mental Health and Addictions will allow the Courts to contract with a business to provide expanded services to transport individuals involved in various court cases to Court hearings, meetings, treatment, work, doctors’ appointments, support groups, and other appointments helpful to their successful rehabilitation. Because there is no public transit in the community, this grant will prove critical in helping individuals until they can get their own reliable transportation and become independent. The Warren Circuit Court hopes that through measured results and success, this may become an ongoing source of funding for individuals in our community.

Photos from Warren County Circuit Court, Indiana's post 04/22/2022

Today the Warren Circuit Court hosted a very special jury trial, put on by an amazing group of 8th Grade students in a Mock Trial competition. These bright young men and women will make exceptional litigators some day, if they so choose. Thank you to our volunteers jurors: Prosecutor John Larson, Attorney Bonnie Adams, Bill Miller and Paul Coffman, who offered valuable insight and critiques. We were all quite impressed with the obvious preparation and hardwork that these students invested.


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Photos from CASA Of Fountain and Warren Counties's post 02/18/2022

Congratulations to our new CASA Volunteers and thank you to our Director, Audrey Hayman, for recruiting such outstanding individuals to be a voice for the children of Warren County.


As continued high winds and drifting are making travel dangerous, the Warren Circuit Court and Probation will be closed again on Friday, February 4, 2022. All hearings will be rescheduled by the Court next week.


Due to the continued forecast for bad weather and poor road conditions, the Warren Circuit Court and Probation will be closed on Thursday, February 3, 2022. Please travel safely.


The Warren Circuit Court and Probation will be closed on Wednesday February 2, 2022.


With winter weather forecasted, remember that you can check the Court's page for updates on Court closures and delays. If the Court is open and you are delayed or stranded due to inclimate weather, call the Circuit Court or your attorney to see if a remote hearing may be available for you.

Help with Housing 01/18/2022

Help with Housing

If, because of COVID-19, you are a tenant behind on your rent or a landlord with a tenant who owes you delinquent rent, the Indiana Supreme Court has information on its website to assist with getting money paid directly from the State to the landlord on behalf of tenant. These programs can pay up to 12 months of past and future rent and utility payments. The forms can be completed online at indianahousingnow.org or by dialing 2-1-1 for help. For more information visit: https://www.in.gov/courts/housing/

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