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Located at 25 East Main St., Ayer, MA 01432, Ayer District Court handles a range of civil and criminal cases. The court's jurisdiction in criminal cases covers all municipal violations, misdemeanor offenses, and felony crimes that carry a maximum sentence of 5 years in prison, though certain other felonies that exceed this sentencing can be heard here. Ayer District Court serves Ayer, Boxborough, Groton, Littleton, Westford, and several other cities in Middlesex County.
There are two small parking lots for public parking right by the courthouse. There is also parking by Pirone Park, which is about a six-minute walk away from the courthouse. You can also take the Fitchburg/South Acton line, as the Ayer MBTA Station is also just a short walk away from this district court.
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When it comes to building a robust defense, the arguments can't be developed in a vacuum. While our attorneys are well-versed in the statutes and laws that affect our clients' cases, we know that we must be prepared to face the specific judges and prosecutors who are also working on our clients' cases. At Miller Law Group, P.C., our Massachusetts criminal defense lawyers know the inner workings and personnel of Ayer District Court.
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