Listed to the left are the links to Court Records. You will have to order them from the Warrick Court House. You may also want to check Copies section of the web to see if anyone has submitted transcribed information or copies of the document.
Quick Legal lesson:
"et al" is often found at the end of the name of a case, such as Ida L. Walker, et al. It means that other parties are involved, but not listed in the name of the case. There can be many other defendants. Without the use of "et al" the legal paperwork could take up pages just naming all the defendants in the title. For other abbreviations, check the Common Legal Terms page.
Courthouse ResearchMost of the common Courthouse Records are Available on microfilm at /Willard Library. Researchers are strongly encouraged to visit or contact Willard Library before doing research at the Civic Center.
Information about specific departments is available on the Vanderburgh County Government Website
You may write to the County Clerk at:
Vanderburgh County Clerk's Office
Civic Center Courts Building
Post Office Box 3356
Evansville, IN 47732-3356
If you wish to visit the Civic Center it is located at:
Civic Center Complex
1 N.W. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
Evansville, Indiana 47708-1833
Free parking is available behind the Civic Center Complex.