Trenton Attorneys

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Trenton  Bruce Brian Dizengoff

Bruce Dizengoff

Trenton, NJ Immigration
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Trenton  William J Popovich

William Popovich

Trenton, NJ General Practice
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Trenton  Greg Prosmushkin

Greg Prosmushkin

Trenton, NJ Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 9.6
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Trenton  Steven Sahag Vosbikian

Steven Vosbikian

Trenton, NJ Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
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Trenton  Robert E Ramsey

Robert Ramsey

Trenton, NJ Lawyer
Avvo rating 6.5
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Trenton  H Benjamin Sharlin

H Sharlin

Trenton, NJ Litigation
Avvo rating 8.0
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Rachel Cotrino

Trenton, NJ Divorce & Separation
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Rachel Cotrino

Trenton, NJ Divorce & Separation
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practicing lawyers in Trenton

The residents of Trenton, New Jersey are proud of their notable history. For 4 centuries the town has recorded the events that happened within its borders, and the Trenton Historical Society relates them for the current generation.

Trenton did not go without recreational activities, and even their picnic groves have a place in town history. The first local picnic area was Drum Darrach, where a “Fourth of July frolic” took place in 1827. Two decades later it became a recruiting camp for the Mexican War.