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About Somerset County, New Jersey
Founded in the late 1600s, Somerset County, New Jersey is one of the United States’ oldest counties. George Washington famously marched through the county during the Revolutionary War. Somerset County has changed since its agricultural roots, and is now primarily a residential county.
In the News: Attorneys in Somerset County recently filed a lawsuit against the local school district and a high school principal. A Somerset County parent accused the school of inflicting severe emotional distress on her son by making him strip naked in an open office during a search. The student suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder and allegedly suffered severe mental anguish and depression after the embarrassing incident.
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