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Augusta has been on the map since its establishment in 1736. Named after a once princess of Wales, the city has been declared the capital of Georgia twice in its history. While not the capital today, Augusta has over 556,877 residents and is the third largest city in Georgia. When it comes to understanding legal matters here, FindLaw can help. We have compiled a list of courthouses, free legal aid providers, car accident information, criminal laws, and more.
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