Lexington

Lexington's biggest claim to fame may be the fact that it hosted the first battle of the Revolutionary War. The Battles of Lexington and Concord are re-enacted in Lexington each year on Patriots' Day, with "shots" fired from the Battle Green and the historic Buckman Tavern. The town also co-hosts a reenactment of Paul Revere's famous ride. In the twenty-first century, Lexington is a well-heeled town of 30,272 that benefited from the high-tech boom along the Route 128 corridor. Famous sons and daughters include actress Rachel Dratch, linguist and political commentator Noam Chomsky and Tom Silva of "This Old House." Lexington residents' legal matters are heard at Concord District Court in neighboring Concord. In Concord District Court, the attorney is recognized as a leading defense attorney in Massachusetts. There, she has successfully defended many a criminal case.

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