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The county seat of Mercer County is Trenton, which is also the state capital. The county is named for Continental Army General Hugh Mercer, who died at the Battle of Princeton. The oak tree on which the general slumped as he was dying is named the Mercer Oak and is on the Mercer County seal. Mercer County is home to many fine institutions of learning, including Princeton University and the Thomas Edison State College.
There are many experienced Mercer County lawyers available in the area. These attorneys can provide you with information and advice in many legal areas including personal injury, divorce, criminal defense, business, DUI, real estate, wills, alimony, contracts, and more.
A class action suit was recently filed against the county clerk for Mercer County, as well as the county itself. The lawsuit charged that the clerk charged excessive fees to make photocopies at the clerk's office. The lawsuit cites that economically feasible companies, such as Kinko's, only charge ten cents per copy, but the public must pay fifty cents per copy at the clerk's office. The lawsuit also claims that the public has a vested interest in being charged the appropriate rate for a copy because members of the public must use the clerk's office to obtain copies of land titles. The class action claims that Mercer County is violating the New Jersey Open Public Records Act by charging more than the actual cost for a photocopy.
If your case arose in Mercer County, you will probably have to file your legal complaint at the Mercer County Courthouse. The attorneys in the county regularly practice in this court and are familiar with the procedural rules that apply there. One of these lawyers would be a valuable asset for your case.
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Last Modified: 12-19-2013 10:14 AM PST