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Haverhill District Court

Phone (978) 373-4151 (171)
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Mailing Address Haverhill District Court
P.O. Box 1389, Haverhill, MA 01831
Street Address 45 J. P. Ginty Blvd., Haverhill, MA 01831
Fax (978) 373-4791
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Haverhill Traffic Court gets quite a few speeding tickets from I-495.
About the area
There is about 60,000 people living in Haverhill. The town started as an area with gristmills, tanneries, and shipbuilders. The area grew and grew from the 16OOs onward. Today, the small city has many companies and thriving businesses. The town has a municipal department, recreation, town maintenance and many other councils to help keep the area running smoothly. Access to quality education and services are available there. The town is also trying to preserve the environment in the area and has an initiative to help clean up.
Hours of Operation 8:30 to 4:30
Stephen S. Abany Acting Judge
Type Of Cases violent assault, drug cases, armed robbery. And it is not just those bumpkins from New Hampshire.
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Sep 21 2011 04:38:46: haverhill district court in haverhill ma has the most rude employees i have ever come in contact with in my whole entire life you should all be ashamed. working with the public can be hard but there is no need to be so rude and disresepectful