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Situated on the lush Ohio River, Evansville is the regional hub of southern Indiana. It boasts the first Indiana River Casino, as well as a beautiful riverfront and booming commercial metropolitan center.
Evansville lawyers can help you with real estate, bankruptcy, criminal law, wills and trusts, and any other legal issue you may be facing. Evansville attorneys were involved in a famous first amendment case in 2005. When Vice President Dick Cheney visited Evansville for a campaign stop, a local man decided to hold up a sign saying “Dick Cheney: 19th century energy man.” Because a no-protest zone was in effect around the Vice President, the protestor was escorted away and then arrested. A federal judge ruled the no protest zone was too large, and the case against the protester was dismissed.
Most cases in Evansville begin in the Vanderburgh County Court system. This court system consists of the Circuit Court and the Superior Court. Together these courts see almost 60,000 new cases per year. If you have a case in Evansville, you are not alone!
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