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New Bern is the seat of Craven County and principal city of the New Bern Micropolitan Statistical Area. Originally a Swiss settlement, New Bern is most famously known as the birthplace of Pepsi Cola and has also played an important historical role in the story of Calvinism. New Bern offers many municipal parks and recreation facilities that are popular among residents.
 
New Bern is a standout community and plays host to a handful of knowledgeable lawyers who take good care of their clients. Lawyers in New Bern admit a wide selection of cases including bankruptcy, automobile accident injury, divorce, DUI/DWI, and immigration cases.
 
New Bern Company Sirchie Fingerprint Laboratories will have to pay $12.6 million in fines for illegally trading with China. A Federal District judge in New Bern said that in return for the payment of fines, which will be considered a plea bargain, federal officials will not proceed with the 10 criminal count case against the company.
 
If you are looking to file bankruptcy in New Bern then you will be headed to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina. Other cases like small claims, mental health, family, and juvenile cases are exclusively heard by the Craven County District Court. More serious criminal cases, probate, civil lawsuits, and administrative agency appeals in New Bern are handled by the Craven County Superior Court.
 
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