Defense Attorney for Burlington Township Arrests
If Burlington Township police have arrested you for marijuana possession or drunk driving, give my office a call. I defend both adult and juvenile clients against DWI, drug / CDS possession and all criminal charges in Burlington County, New Jersey. We also provide expungement service for past charges.
Burlington Township Municipal Court
The Municipal Court is located at 851 Old York Rd., Burlington. Phone (609)-239-5825. Sessions: Tuesdays at 8 a.m. Judge: Hon. Dennis McInerney, J.M.C. Prosecutor: Donna Lee Vitale, Esq.
The Police Department has 47 sworn Police Officers, ten full-time Civilian Support Staff, and twelve Special Officers.
The N.J. State Police Uniform Crime reported 392 major crimes in 2010. The crime and violent rates per 1,000 residents were 17.3 and 1.6. There occurred 6 rapes, 13 robberies, 17 assaults, 56 burglaries, 145 cases of domestic violence, 1 bias crime, 52 incidents of police force, and no murders.
Burlington Township NJ General Info
Burlington Township was established as one of the initial 104 townships of New Jersey in 1798. Its territory covers a total area of 14.0 square miles. It is very densely populated with 1,506 inhabitants per square mile. As per the 2010 census, 22,594 people called it home.
As of the 2000 census, there were 5,277 families and 7,348 housing units. The percentage of renters, as per City-data, was below the state average (18% versus 34%).
The median contract rent for apartments in 2008 was estimated at $333 versus $935 statewide. The same source estimated the median house or condo value that year at $198,232 versus 3$64,100 statewide. This increase was more than twice the 2000 value of $91,300.
As per statistics of the 2000 census, the median family income was $70,958. Males had a median income 38.8% higher than females ($49,290 versus $35,510). The per capita income was $24,754. The median household income was $61,663. According to City-data in 2008 it had risen to $54,361 versus $70,378 statewide. Five percent of the population lived below the poverty level. City-data reported that in 2008, it had risen to11.7% versus 8.5% statewide.
As of 2010, 55.7% of the population was White versus 67.71% in 2000. All the other major races or ethnicities increased between the two censuses: African Americans from 24.49% to 33.0%, Hispanics or Latinos from 4.01% to 7.1%, and Asians from 3.73% to 7.0%. The two major origins of the population are German (62.9%) and English (15.2%).
The 7,112 households recounted in the 2000 census had 40.1% minors living with them. Households composed of married couples living together were 59.0%. Those made up of non-families and of individuals accounted for 25.8% and 21.4%, respectively. The median age was 36 years. Minors were 27.2% of the population, and 54.6% were between 25 to 64 years old.
CLRsearch reported that in 2010, 12.33% of the population 25 years old and over had not completed high school versus 32.37% who had. Those with some college or an associate degree were 27.24%. Holders of a bachelor’s or a graduate degree represented 19.06% and 7.69% versus 20.65% and 12.05% statewide.
Most common occupations for males are Farmers and farm managers (28%), Engineers (18%), and Sales representatives, services, wholesale and manufacturing (10%). Females work as Sales representatives, services, wholesale and manufacturing (19%), Other management occupations except farmers and farm managers (17%), Retail sales workers except cashiers (15%), and Information and record clerks except customer service representatives (15%). Defense lawyer for Burlington Township DWI and drug possession charges.