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Thank you for using our forum. My name is ***** ***** I hope to assist you today.I am very sorry to learn about this situation. Unfortunately dealing with these kinds of matters is not terribly easy.
However, many times it is easier to work with local officials and politicians than those at the state level (you often will find that they are more responsive to their constituents needs).
Contact your city councilman or county board member (by phone and in writing) notifying them of the problem and asking them to deal with the ongoing nuisance and noise disturbance.
Follow up with this initial complaint by calling or writing again, appear at your next city or county council meeting (make sure to check in advance regarding how to put your issue on for public comment, each government entity has their own process for citizens to raise issues - you are permitted to speak but you must do so according to the process).
You say that you have a court hearing coming up, but you do not say who it deals with precisely.
You can sue the bar owner, as well as the liquor license holder for private and public nuisance (if you plan on doing this, I highly suggest retaining an attorney).