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Hickory has the 4th largest population of any city in North Carolina with 37,222 Catawba County residents. Many locals of the Alenander, Burke, Caldwell, and Catawba counties simply call the area Unifour since it’s sometimes tough to figure out where one county ends and the next begins. Hickory has won three All-America City awards, been voted 10th best place to live in the U.S. by Reader’s Digest, and the 3rd best metropolitan area to live by Forbes Magazine.
You shouldn’t be too surprised to find out that some very dependable lawyers call Hickory home. Lawyers in Hickory take an assortment of cases like chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcy, divorce, immigration, DUI/DWI, and other criminal cases.
Recently in Hickory, Milon Estuardo Barrios-Ortiz, Carlos Andreas Corenza Zeledon, and Fernando Eddy Varrios-Ortiz were arrested and charged with first degree rape, first degree sexual assault, robbery with a firearm, and kidnapping. The three were apprehended after an ATM video captured them robbing and forcing the victim into their car. The three abandoned her in a remote Hickory neighborhood where she sought help.
If you have a case to file in Hickory then you will be heading to the Catawba County District 25B Court. North Carolina District Courts are solely responsible for hearing small claims, juvenile, domestic relations, and mental health cases but also take regular civil, preliminary criminal, tort, contract, and real property hearings as well. If you want to file bankruptcy in Hickory then you will be petitioning the nearest U.S. District Court.