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Named in honor of Hernando DeSoto, Hernando County is one of Florida's true state treasures. It was originally a much larger county and was one of Florida's original territorial counties. Hernando County is rich with natural parks, forests, and pristine coastal wildlife.
Hernando County lawyers can help you with any legal issue you may be facing, including personal injury, real estate, bankruptcy, criminal defense, wills and trusts, and many more.
Local Hernando County residents were shocked and saddened to learn about the brutal beating of "The Walker." A 50 year old mentally challenged resident of Hernando County, The Walker walked the roadways of the county for over a decade. The prosecution of his attackers recently began in neighboring Lake County.
If you have a case in Hernando County, you should hire an attorney familiar with the rules of Florida's 5th Judicial Circuit, which includes the Circuit and County Courts of Hernando County. This local familiarity could come in handy in favorably resolving your case.
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