Bradley Beach DWI and drug arrests skyrocket in the summer months. Bradley Beach police are especially active at night. Route 71 and Brinley Ave bring in most of the traffic tickets and criminal charges in Bradley Beach. Bradley Beach Municipal Court Municipal Court has jurisdiction over all traffic tickets, DWI charges and disorderly persons offenses in Bradley Beach. Any Bradley Beach juvenile arrest or indictable criminal matter will be heard in the Monmouth County Superior Court. Call to speak with a Monmouth County defense attorney.
Most offenses in Bradley Beach are for simple traffic tickets. Speeding tickets and other moving violations make up the bulk of the Bradley Beach traffic court’s calendar. Charges for harassment, CDS possession and assault in Bradley also make up a sizable portion of the cases heard in the Bradley Beach Municipal Court. If you have already been convicted in Bradley Beach court, call to see if an appeal, PCR, or expungement is possible.
Bradley Beach Municipal Court Lawyer
The Bradley Beach Municipal Court is located at 701 Main Street, Bradley Beach, NJ 07720-1012.
Bradley Beach is a borough in Monmouth County, located at 40° 12′ 8″ N, 74° 0′ 49″ W, north of Avon-by-the-Sea and south of Ocean Grove. In 1871 the land was part of Ocean Township, later became part of Neptune Township and was then known as Ocean Park. After a referendum, this borough separated from Neptune Township, and its incorporation as Bradley Beach in 1893 was confirmed in 1925. The town was developed by the same person responsible for the creation of Asbury Park.
According to the Census Bureau, Bradley Beach has a total area of 0.6 square miles, of which only 3.23 is water. Total population of this borough is 4,296 but the summer population can reach 30,000. The population has changed 11.10% since 1990 and 2.77% since 2000. The population density is very high at 8,322.30 compared to 1,177.40 and 87.20 for the state and the nation. The Total Crime Risk Index reaches 139 vs. 73 for the whole state.
The highest risk index belongs to larceny (264 vs. 62 for the state). This is followed by the risk indexes ascribed to murder and assault (both 209), which are more than twice and three-times as high, respectively, as state levels. A similar comparison can be made of the burglary (147 vs. 66), rape (90 vs. 39) and motor vehicle theft risk indexes (47 vs. 76). The only index that is significantly lower than the state index is that regarding robbery, at 63 vs. 108.
The above does not seem to affect the quality of life index, which stands at 103 vs. 93 state-wide. The highest marks given to the components of the quality of life index are: amusement at 110 and restaurant at 143. With the exception of the medical index (78 vs. 115) all other indexes are above the state’s. The median age of Bradley Beach’s residents is 37.60 with the 25-34 bracket holding the highest percentage. The racial makeup of the borough is distributed as follows: White 82.56%, Black or African American 4.10%, Hispanic 18.27%.
The median number of vehicles per household is lower than the state and national numbers. Almost half of the households own one vehicle and approximately 5% own four or more vehicles. The median household income at $55.832 is lower than the state figure ($72.512) but almost the same as the national one ($55.970). More than a fifth of the households have an income of between $50,000 and $74,999.
The highest level of education attained by the population age 25 and over is fairly equivalent to both state and national levels. The only minor differences can be found in the number who completed high school, which is larger than state and national levels. The same applies to those who completed Bachelor’s degree. The only category above the national level is the one of those who completed graduate degree (11.35% vs. 9.84%). Of the population 3 years old and over, 81.11% is not enrolled in school and the highest percentage of those who are (11.55%) attend public schools.