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Leominster, Massachusetts is one of the largest cities in Worcester County. More than 41,000 people live in Leominster, and there are more than 16,000 households within the city’s 29.8 square miles. Most of Leominster is on a plateau along the Nashua River. The city, which is divided into many “villages,” has a long and rich history. Originally, it was populated by Native American tribes who used the land’s fertile soil to grow corn, tobacco, and beans. By the middle of the 17th Century, Europeans began to settle in the area, and the settlers and natives lived in peace until 1675, the start of King Philip’s War. The war was violent and the land was essentially abandoned until the beginning of the 18th Century. Leominster was incorporated in 1740. The city played a major role in the Underground Railroad system during the Civil War.
From its beginnings as a farming community, Leominster evolved into a manufacturing and industrial center. The pink flamingo lawn ornament was invented in the city. Today, most Leominster residents are employed in professional jobs, most of them commuting approximately 25 minutes to and from work. Leominster residents take pride in the local high school football team, which has won 11 State Super Bowls and has an intense rivalry with the Fitchburg High School Red Raiders. There is an MBTA stop in North Leominster, and bus transportation is also available. The famed “Johnny Appleseed,” actually named John Chapman, was from Leominster. Leominster District Court is located on School Street. The cities and towns in the district court’s jurisdiction are: Leominster, Princeton, and Holden. Call Stephen Neyman, a Massachusetts criminal defense lawyer, if you have been charged with a crime in the Leominster District Court.Massachusetts Criminal Defense Firm
Leominster is a relatively low crime city, as least in terms of more serious crimes. In 2011, there were 17 rapes, 26 robberies, 204 assaults, 243 burglaries, 947 thefts, 70 auto thefts, and 5 cases of arson in Leominster. Still, many Leominster residents find themselves accused with crimes not reported in these statistics, such as drug crimes and operating under the influence (OUI /DUI /DWI). Stephen Neyman regularly represents persons accused of criminal offenses in Leominster District Court and courts all throughout the state. He has gained an outstanding reputation over the course of almost 30 years, and he continues to be recognized as a top Massachusetts defense attorney. Attorney Neyman attacks even the most difficult cases with a favorable result in mind. He is a very talented and smart lawyer with an aggressive attitude, and he genuinely cares about his clients’ futures. These characteristics make Stephen Neyman a phenomenal lawyer.Law Offices of Stephen Neyman, P.C. (617) 263 6800
If you would like to speak with one of Massachusetts’ best criminal attorneys, call Stephen Neyman today. You can reach his office at (617) 263 6800 or you can send him an e-mail. Mr. Neyman’s main office is located in downtown Boston, and he also has a North Andover office. He offers free and confidential telephone consultations, and he is available day and night, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. As soon as you meet with Stephen Neyman, you will begin to feel confident, knowing that you have a great lawyer fighting for you. Timing is often critical in criminal cases, so call the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman, P.C. as soon as possible. If you require directions from Leominster to Boston, feel free to ask Mr. Neyman or a member of his friendly staff.