Floyd County Superior Court 2:

Floyd County Court is now Floyd Superior Court 2. This court has served Floyd County since 1976.

Judge James B. Hancock

Judge Hancock is a 1970 graduate of New Albany High School and graduated from Purdue University in 1973 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Judge Hancock received his Juris Doctor from the John Marshall, School of Law and was admitted to practice law by the Supreme Court in May of 1979.

Upon admission to practice, Judge Hancock went into private practice focusing on civil litigation from 1979 - 2014, Judge Hancock is a lifelong resident of Floyd County.

Floyd County Superior Court 2 operates a Probation Department and an Alcohol and Drug Services Program which assists the Court in completing its purpose and mission. Both Departments are operated under and supervised by the Court.

Floyd County Superior Court 2
311 Hauss Square
Room 425
New Albany IN 47150

Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm
Closed for Lunch 12pm-1pm

Holiday Calendar

Need driving directions to this office?

Fax #812-948-4753

Jury Duty Phone Line 812-981-2761

Judge Hancock
James B. Hancock - Judge

Joseph Roark - Baliff

Lisa Dexter - Chief Court Reporter

Debra Prather - Asst. Court Reporter

Jacie Hampton - Asst. Baliff / Small Claims Mediator


Superior Court 2 Probation Alcohol and Drug Services Program
Phone: (812)948-5446 / Fax: (812)948-2493  
Rick Applegate - Chief Probation Officer  
Elizabeth Johnson - Probation Officer Rhonda Hopkins - Program Director
Trina Clemons - Case Manager Holly Haarala - Intake Coordinator
Mary Hauber - Case Manager Alex Cash - Receptionist

Court Information:

  • Courtroom Attire is business casual.
  • Children cannot accompany parents in the courtroom unless they are being interviewed by the court in a particular case. There are no facilities to care for children. Other appropriate arrangements must be made.
  • Cell Phones and Recording Devices must be turned off at all times while in the courtroom. No photo or recording devices of any kind are permitted.
  • Parking is available in areas surrounding the courthouse.
  • Security prohibits weapons of any kind in the courtroom and in the building.