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Farmington is a San Juan County city that has 40,000 New Mexicans. Farmington serves as the hub of the Four Corners region and a large producer of natural gas, coal, and oil. A number of historic Native American sites are located within Farmington which borders the Navajo Nation reservation. 

Farmington NM Lawyers Farmington plays host to some outstanding lawyers too. Lawyers in Farmington admit many different kinds of cases, some regular examples consist of bankruptcy, immigration, personal injury, DUI, wrongful termination, and probate cases.
Recently in Farmington, Ladell Ranford O’Connell was arrested while driving a stolen car and was booked into the San Juan County Jail on suspicion of car theft. O’Connell was being investigated in connection with a knife hold-up at Durango Joe’s Coffee Drive Thru when officers ran the license plate of the car he was driving and found out it was stolen. Eight cars have been stolen in Durango and officers said that they expect their investigation will show O’Connell’s involvement.
If you have pending criminal charges in Farmington, you will probably be visiting an 11th Judicial District Court near Farmington. District Courts in New Mexico retain special jurisdiction over mental health, civil appeals, felony cases, criminal appeals, and juvenile cases. District courts also handle civil, family, probate, real property, tort, and others. Consulting a reputable Farmington lawyer could give you the advantage in your case.
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