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Jacksonville, in Onslow County, is the principle city of the Jacksonville metropolitan area. The average age in Jacksonville is the lowest of any city in the United States: 22.9 years old and over 1/3rd of its population is between the ages of 18 to 24. The young population can be attributed largely to the location of several marine branches located in the city. The bases may also be the reason why there are about 70% more males than females in Jacksonville.
Lawyers in Jacksonville can be found in many fields of law. Jacksonville attorneys are familiar with divorce law, criminal defense, DUI/DWI, personal injury, bankruptcy, criminal law, family law, wills & trusts and many other fields. It is important that a Jacksonville resident pairs themselves with an attorney who is qualified in their field.
On June 30, 2009 Nicholas Matasich was charged after allegedly trespassing at two car dealerships located in Jacksonville and breaking into a Ford Mustang in one. Matasich was charged with possession of burglary tools, trespassing on posted property, second degree trespassing, B&E and resisting a public officer. Matasich was spotted on the scene and fled but was caught. Matasich’s car was left on the premises with a crowbar, cinder blocks, a screw driver, an automobile jack, a wrench and a pair of gloves in plain view inside the vehicle.
Criminal cases, such as the one above, will be filed in the Jacksonville District Court. Some cases must be petitioned either during or after trial and may go to the Jacksonville Superior Court. The court procedures will be different between these courts and it is crucial that your attorney understands these differences and is able to mold your case accordingly.
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