Deal Court Lawyer
Few Deal drug charges and Deal DWI charges are filed by Deal Police. If you have been charged with possession of marijuana in Deal, or are facing a Deal DWI, call me for a consultation on your case. Your case will be handled in the Deal Municipal Court. Call now to speak with a NJ drug charge and DWI lawyer.
About Deal, New Jersey
Deal is a borough in Monmouth County, in the New York metro area. The community was named after a town in England. The latitude of Deal is 40.243N. The longitude is -74.001W. It is in the Eastern Standard time zone. Elevation is 26 feet.
The ancestry composition of Deal’s population is mainly represented by Arab – 22%, Syrian – 16% and Italian – 12%. Presently, a significant portion of the population is represented by Orthodox Sephardic Jews. As of the 2000 Census, the borough population stood at 1,070 inhabitants. However, during the summer, Deal’s population rises to over 6,000.
According to the Census Bureau, the borough has a total area of 1.3 square miles (3.3 km2), of which 94% is land.
The Total Crime Risk Index stands at 94, with the highest indexes represented by larceny risk at 241 (which incidentally is higher than that of Asbury Park). The rape and motor vehicle theft risk indexes are below 50% and murder and robbery risk indexes are around 10%.
The components of the Quality of Life Index, at 104, show the highest marks for religion, and amusement, with low figures for culture and medical indexes.
The median age of Deal’s residents is 44.90 with the highest percentage falling in the 55-64 years bracket. Ninety-one percent of the population is White, and the largest majority is represented by Hispanics (8.13%).
Most households (39.31%) are comprised of two persons. Regarding vehicle ownership, median number per household is equal to the national average (2.2). Most (40.11%) households have 2 vehicles and the percentage with 4 or more vehicles surpasses the national average (7.12% vs. 5.39%).
According to 2010 Housing Occupancy Statistics, as many as 44.75% out of 686 houses are vacant. Of the occupied units, 18.22% are rented. The median year the houses were built is 1940 and almost 24% were built between 1970 and 1979.
Homes in Deal valued between $400,000 and more than $1,000,000 account for a significant 87.80% of all homes, with the highest percentage represented by homes valued in the $500,000-$749,999 range.
A very high percentage (26.80%) of the population age 25 and over have not completed high school, double the national average and three times as high as the state average. The population that has completed high school and some college show averages comparable to state and national figures. Percentages of individuals who have completed Bachelors degree and graduate degree are lower by approximately half the state and national averages. Nevertheless the percentage of children age 3 and over who is enrolled in school is slightly lower than the state and national figures.
Both the Median and Average Household Income ($71.011 and $134.138, respectively) are higher than the national average. A significant percentage of Deal’s residents (13.98%) have an income of $200,000 and over, which is three times the national percentage (4.38%).