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Ranked as one of the top ten places to raise a family by Reader’s Digest, Morganton is one of North Carolina’s most desirable communities to live. Its little league baseball team made national news by advancing to the semifinals of the Little League World Series. Morganton is also the site of Fort San Juan, the earliest inland European settlement in North America.
Morganton lawyers can help you with any legal issue you may be facing. These include criminal defense, personal injury litigation, family law, bankruptcy, and many others.
A tragic plant explosion in Morganton led to numerous lawsuits and legal action against the plant’s owner. Attorneys in Morganton were among those who filed these lawsuits. The loss of the plant and of defending itself in court led the company to eventually file for bankruptcy.
If you need an attorney in Morganton, you should choose a lawyer experienced with the Burke County Court system. The Burke County Superior Court is part of North Carolina’s 25th Judicial District, and has general jurisdiction over both civil and criminal matters. If you have a case that goes to trial, it will likely end up there.
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