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Auburn is the county seat of Cayuga County and home to 28,000 New Yorkers. Auburn was founded in 1793 by European-Americans and today is a great shopping, historic, and multicultural destination.
A number of Auburn residents are also practicing lawyers. Lawyers in Auburn advise on a mixed selection of cases, some typical examples include: divorce, DUI, real estate, bankruptcy cases, and the drafting of wills and trusts.
Recently in Auburn, Roberto Martinez, 33, was arrested after a confidential informant alerted Auburn Police. Martinez is an Auburn resident that has five prior felony convictions and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. He was charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of a stolen firearm.
If you have criminal charges pending against you in Auburn, you are likely to be summoned the Criminal Division of a New York State Court. New York has a number of court with which you are able to file cases, however, it can be confusing deciding to which court and division your case belongs. The best course of action when faced with a legal issue is hiring a lawyer who is familiar with your type of case.
LegalMatch is the best way to find a bar certified lawyer in Auburn, New York. LegalMatch offers free pairing services that guarantee your satisfaction. Legalmatch’s LegalCenter provides forums on law, an online law library, and tips for choosing the best lawyer for your particular legal needs.
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