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The City of Madera is the seat of Madera County and home to 57,000 Central Valley residents. Madera was originally settled in 1876 by the California Lumber Company and the name is Spanish for wood. Two attractions Madera has to offer include the historic water tower and drive-in movie theater that still shows movies!
Madera is also home to some of the area’s best lawyers. Lawyers in Madera take a wide variety of cases, some typical examples include: immigration, bankruptcy, divorce, personal injury, and criminal cases like DUI and felony charges.
Recently in Madera, Rudolpho Rodriguez and Noland Lopez were arrested for the murder of Rafael Valencia Ochoa who was shot in the chest and killed while working inside the cab of his tractor-trailer. Rodriguez and Lopez were found near the scene with blood on them and several of Ochoa’s personal belongings on their person.
If you are looking to file a personal injury lawsuit in Madera then you will surely be heading to the Madera County Superior Court in town. California Superior Courts have jurisdiction over nearly every kind of case including domestic relations, probate, civil, criminal, and real property cases among others.
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