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Richmond is the seat of Wayne County and known as the cradle of recorded jazz because of its famous recordings that came out of Gennett Records. Richmond has won the All-America City Award twice and is home to 38,000 Indiana residents who border Ohio. Richmond has a rich historical past and plays host to attractions such as the Hicksite Friends Meeting House and the Wayne County Historical Museum.
A number of Richmond locals are lawyers who are familiar with the nuances of practicing law in Richmond and Wayne County, Indiana. Lawyers in Richmond take a wide variety of cases such as: chapter 7 bankruptcy, child custody, personal injury, immigration visa, and criminal cases like felony and misdemeanor charges.
Recently in Richmond, Krystal Pride and Ebony Todd of Chicago were arrested for trying to pass off counterfeit $100 bills. The Wayne County Sheriff’s office revived reports from a Walgreens that the two women had passed fake bills and a short time later they were apprehended on Interstate 70. Todd and Pride were both charged with forgery which is a class C felony and Todd was also charged with felony theft.
If you have pending criminal charges in Richmond than you will be heading to the 3rd Juridical Circuit Court that serves Wayne County and the City of Richmond. Indiana Circuit Courts may different cases like criminal, civil, family, traffic, appeals from lower courts, and juvenile cases. The U.S. District Court is responsible for hearing any chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy filings.
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