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Three workers injured in a November fire on Shell's Enchilada platform in the Gulf of Mexico are suing the oil and gas company in a Texas county court.
The commissioners and council also have disagreed on how to fund the expansion of the Government & Judicial Center in downtown Noblesville, which holds county courts and the majority of county offices.
The University of Miami law school grad first donned judges robes as a county court judge before his application to the circuit court was approved in 1973.
But affidavits made available through county court records state Wagner's ex-wife called Sugar Grove police about 8 p.m. Sept. 11, 2016, in reference to a problem with her ex-husband.
He had been arrested on suspicion of operating a vehicle while impaired (OVI) and was ordered to appear Sept. 12 in county court to answer to that charge.
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: a court of law for cases within a county
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