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Hancock Court of Common Pleas

Phone 419-424-7008
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Mailing Address Hancock Common Pleas
Three Hundred South Main Street, Findlay, OH 45840
Street Address 300 S Main St, Findlay, OH 45840
Fax 419-424-7436
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Just another spot in the heartland, maybe home to some methamphetamine runs?
About the area
Hancock County is another park district of Ohio. This county lies on the scenic woody stretch of Ohio and has less in terms of fields and countryside. People who live around here take to bicycling very passionately and you find a lot of people bicycling in the park trails. There are so many programs organized by the nature conservationists which involve common public to preserve these parks.
Hours of Operation 8:00am - 4:30pm
Judge Joseph H. Niemeyer
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Other Courts in Hancock County: Findlay Municipal Court

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Old Comments about Hancock Court of Common Pleas (hide)

May 03 2008 06:58:58: Any amount of money may be "given" to the needy. It's perfectly legal to use it as a tax deduction. I don't care what is deducted. If it's a worthy cause, the generosity of the donor should be appreciated. Let's be thankful.
Apr 18 2008 01:36:37: I agree with the comment about methamphetamine runs. I also agree that this is a conservative town and if you don't have money you do not count as a citizen. Many people in this town "give" to the needy just to make themselves feel good, but you better believe they write it off on their taxes and the much that goes on here by those with money is corrupt