Lexington is one of the most well known towns in the United States because it was the location of the Battle of Lexington, the first battle of the American Revolution in 1775. Lexington was originally settled as part of Cambridge in 1642 and became a separate town in 1713. Lexington is rife with American historical sites and museums. Lexington was also the home of Sir Tim Berners-Lee who invented the World Wide Web that you are using right now.
Lexington is home to a number of knowledgeable lawyers who are familiar with taking bankruptcy, automobile injury, divorce, real property, immigration, and criminal cases like felony and misdemeanor cases. Lawyers in Lexington are familiar with local courts and filing procedures in Massachusetts and Middlesex County.
Recently in Lexington, Antonio Marcos Ferreira was arraigned on first degree murder charges in Middlesex County Superior Court. Ferreira is being held without bail for allegedly stabbing Dos Santos, an Everett woman, to death after she refused to resume their relationship.
If you have a pending criminal charges in Lexington then you will be heading to the Middlesex County Superior Court. Massachusetts Superior Courts are responsible for taking many different cases as the highest trial level court. Superior courts in Lexington take tort, contract, real property, civil, criminal, juvenile, and administrative agency appeals cases.
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