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Osceola County is currently estimated to be the seventeenth fastest growing county within the United States. This is attributed to the large influx of Puerto Rican residents who have left their island home in favor of the beauty that Osceola County offers. In addition to providing excellent services to its residents, Osceola County also maintains over 40 parks and a softball facility that hosts both regional and state-wide tournaments of slow and fast pitch softball.
If you are facing legal troubles in Osceola County, there are number of highly qualified Osceola County lawyers who are ready and eager to assist you. These attorneys take on a wide range of cases including personal injury, bankruptcy, real estate, wills and estates, corporations, product liability, and many more.
An Osceola County man recently sued Disney after they fired him from his job as an unarmed security guard. The man was apparently trying to follow the new bring-your-gun-to-work law that went into force in Florida by bringing his .45 caliber pistol to work and keeping it locked in the trunk of his car. Disney, who has a strict no gun policy, first suspended and then fired the Osceola County man. The suit claims that Disney violated the Osceola County man's constitutional rights, and his rights under the new state law that permits owners of guns who have concealed carry permits to bring their firearms to work. Disney contends that because it has a permit to keep explosive compounds on site, mainly fireworks, the state law does not apply to it.
Osceola County is served by the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida, which has a courtroom that sits within the county's boundary. This court has the power to hear all types of cases, both civil and criminal. If you have a lawsuit that requires you to report to court in Osceola County, it is likely that you will have to show up at the Ninth Judicial Circuit. This court can be intimidating, and it is helpful to have an experienced local attorney at your side.
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