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Concord District Court

Phone (978) 369-0500 extension 612
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Mailing Address 305 Walden, Concord, MA 01742-3616
Street Address 305 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742
Fax (978) 369-8976
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Busy highways and commuting services here in Concord.
About the area
Concord has a little over 16,000 people living in the town and community. This town has been considered the \"birthplace\" of the USA because that\'s where the revolutionary war started. The minute men organized their militia and took on the British there. There is a Paul Revere monument to his actions during this time. Concord is a close commute to Boston and has a great small town life. There are plenty of stores and businesses. Also a great public and private school system, several churches and a great park and recreation area. A couple nice ponds and streams too, and Hanscom AFB is nearby. Hmm ... Walden Pond ... sounds familiar.
Hours of Operation hours the court building is open, 8:30 to 4:30
Acting Judge Peter J. Kilmartin
Type Of Cases Traffic violations, busy highways, especially Route 2 and 2A
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Old Comments about Concord District Court (hide)

Aug 11 2011 11:10:17: i wonder what %age of ppl who are charged with drunk driving actually get the penalty that the law indicates. i'd be willing to bet both my legs that, if they have enuf money, they get off. the justice system in america isnt all its cracked up to be, is it? not exactly equal justice for all. no one has any respect for lawyers or judges or the courts any more. its pretty hypocritical to have justice based on money. u cd say i'm in total contempt of court. i think u r trailer trash in a suit.