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Aberdeen, NJ Juvenile Charges

Any juvenile charged with a criminal offense in Aberdeen Township, NJ, will have their case heard in the Monmouth County Superior Court. There are some exceptions to this rule. In some cases, the case may be diverted to a Juvenile Conference or Referee Hearing. Your child has the right to be represented by an attorney at these proceedings. If the case goes to the Superior Court, the juvenile must be represented by a lawyer.

If your child has been arrested or accused of a crime, I can help. I have experience dealing with many of the local police departments in Monmouth County, as well as the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office. Call to speak with a NJ juvenile lawyer.

Aberdeen Juvenile Arrest Lawyer

Actually, juvenile in New Jersey can never be “arrested.” The appropriate term is “taken into custody.” This looks and feels a whole lot like an arrest. In fact, a juvenile can be handcuffed, searched, processed, and questioned much like an adult. If your child has been arrested in Aberdeen, the Aberdeen Police should contact you immediately. Before your child gives any statements, you should speak with an experienced defense attorney to make sure this is in their best interest.

Most Aberdeen juvenile arrests are for drug charges such possession of marijuana (NJSA 2C:35-10(a)4. However, plenty of Juveniles in Aberdeen are also charged with more serious offenses such as criminal mischief, assault, and eluding law enforcement. Juvenile are also charged with serious traffic tickets and Aberdeen DWI charges from time to time.

Aberdeen, New Jersey

Aberdeen Township, which was named after the city in Scotland, shares the name with a town in eastern Maryland and cities Mississippi, South Dakota and Washington. It is located in Monmouth County (latitude 40.408N, longitude -74.216W) and has an area of 5.4 square miles. The town is in the Eastern Standard time zone.

The form of government was changed in 1964 from Township Committee, which had been in force since 1857, to Council Manager. This township offers a variety of services to enhance the quality of life of its senior citizens. It also offers an excellent park system.

At the time of the 2000 census, the population was 18,210. The median household income was $68,125 and the per capita income $28,984, compared with $21,587 nationally. Its percentage of high school graduates is par for state and national averages and its percentage of Bachelors surpasses both those averages (34% of Aberdeen residents 25 and up have a bachelor’s or advanced college degree).

It has a high rate of owner-occupied housing units far above state and national figures. Thirty percent of its inhabitants report European ancestry (German and Irish). It boasts low property and low violent crime rates, with the highest risk being larceny at close to 68%. Present population percentages are represented approximately at 74.15% White; 12.47% African American and Hispanics 10.55%. In almost all categories, Aberdeen rates at the top compared to places of similar size in the state and the nation.

Although not all within municipal limits, there is access to 27 cemeteries, 4 hotels and 15 libraries.There are several parks as well as areas of historical significance that merit visiting. Since it is near the waterfront, it offers opportunities for boating, fishing and swimming. Motor Vehicles Store Sales, at $125.862.000, represent 45.68% of total retail sales in 2010. More than 46% of all households have 2 vehicles and only 3.88% do not own a vehicle. The bulk of home values are in the range of $200,000-$249,999 995.

Excepting mortality and culture, all the indexes (including quality of life and education) for this township are well above 100%. The quality of life index refers to those variables that affect people searching for a new home and how they would like living in a specific place. Members of Aberdeen’s Fire Department routinely participate in drills on water-related emergencies, the use of different ground-ladders, vehicle stabilization and extrication. Three out of seven public schools of Aberdeen rate the highest points. The marital status of 56.6% (females) to 60.9% (males) of the residents is married.






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