James K. Wisco

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James K. Wisco

Attorney at Law

A native of Morgan County and graduate of Indiana University, Jim worked for the Indiana General Assembly after college and during law school. He returned to his hometown of Martinsville in 2014 after practicing law primarily in Indianapolis for a few years.

Jim serves clients in an array of areas, but focuses his practice in Criminal Defense, including Expungement and Specialized Driving Privileges; Personal Injury; Government & Municipal Law; and general Civil Litigation.

Jim's roster of clients includes Morgan County Commissioners, Morgan County Council, Morgan County, Town of Monrovia (Council, PC, BZA), City of Martinsville Redevelopment Commission, and the Morgan County Public Library, among many other members of the community.


"Jim Wisco is the best attorney I've ever had. I highly recommend him. Not only is he good at what he does, he is also caring and wants to help people. Great experience."

— Kasey C.


B.A. Political Science and History, Indiana University-Bloomington, 2003
M.P.A., Indiana University-Indianapolis, 2011
J.D., Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, 2011


State of Indiana
United States District Court, Northern District of Indiana
United States District Court, Southern District of Indiana


American Bar Association
Indiana Bar Association
Morgan County Bar Association, Past President- 2017
Indiana Trial Lawyers Association
Indianapolis Bar Association
Delegate, Indiana State Bar Convention, 2019
Certified Family Law Mediator


City of Martinsville Common Council, At-Large Member
Wellspring Center, Board of Directors Chairman
Morgan County Republican Precinct Committeeman
Morgan County Economic Development Commission, Member
Martinsville Rotary Club
Martinsville Elks Lodge #1349
Mooresville Eagles Aerie #3988
Martinsville Masonic Lodge #74 F. & A.M.
Scottish Rite, Valley of Indianapolis
Indiana University Alumni Association, Life Member

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