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The northernmost county along the Jersey shore, Monmouth County enjoys New Jersey’s excellent summers and draws many seasonal beach-goers. Monmouth County is also one of the nation’s wealthiest counties and is home to a large number of celebrity summer homes.
Monmouth County lawyers can assist you with any legal issue you may be facing, including criminal defense, personal injury, real estate transactions, wills and trusts, and many more.
Monmouth County lawyers are on both sides of a lawsuit against the County jail. Monmouth County was allegedly housing inmates from Philadelphia in contravention of New Jersey law. The state sued Monmouth County, and is considering pursuing a lawsuit against another county in New Jersey that is accused of similar activity.
Attorneys in Monmouth County are familiar with the Monmouth Vicinage. New Jersey organizes its judicial districts into 15 Vicinages. These Vicinages function as New Jersey’s trial courts. Your Monmouth County lawyer should be familiar with the rules and procedures of this court and the county of Monmouth.
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