Lawyer for Englishtown Arrests & Tickets
We have offices in Freehold and Middlesex County, both only minutes from the Englishtown Court. I have handled many cases there and can advise you of the best course of action if you have a case pending there. Give us a call anytime to discuss your matter.
Englishtown Traffic Court & Police Dept.
In 2010, the Englishtown Police Department consisted of 8 full-time law enforcement employees, six of which are police officers. There were 25 major crimes registered by the NJ State Police Uniform Crime Unit. The crimes reported consisted of 1 rape, 1 robbery, 2 assaults, 4 burglaries, and 6 cases of police force. There were no homicides, prejudice crimes or cases of domestic violence.
The Englishtown Municipal Court is located in the Municipal Building 15 Main Street, Englishtown, New Jersey 07726. The Honorable Judge James M. Newman holds evening court sessions on the first and third Wednesdays of each month at 5:00 pm. The Englishtown Court Administrator is Rosemary O’Donnell, the Deputy Court Administrator is Mary Kennedy, and the Violations Clerk is Lisa Langlois. The court’s phone number is (732) 446-4457. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Information on Englishtown NJ
Englishtown, New Jersey is located in Monmouth County approximately 60 miles from New York City. Formed from sections of Manalapan Township in 1888, Englishtown is completely surrounded by Manalapan. The borough has a current population of 1,847 according to the 2010 United States Census report.
A historic building called The Village Inn, is located in Englishtown. In 1726 during the Battle of Monmouth, George Washington had written a letter to court martial another General Charles Lee in the dining room of this house. By 1766 the Village Inn became a tavern and bar. In the 1800’s a two-story renovation was added and is now a part of the Battleground Historical Society.
The closest major airport is Newark International, but there are two small local airports close to Englishtown that provide limited short flights to nearby areas, The Old Bridge Airport and the Mar Bar L Farms Municipal Airport. While Raceway Park is technically located in Old Bridge Township, locals consider it to be in Englishtown. Located next to the Old Bridge Airport is Old Bridge Raceway Park which is an auto racing on the border of Englishtown. The park has two dragstrips, three motorcross tracks, a road course track, go kart racing track, and an autocross track.
There are no public or private schools located in Englishtown. Residents attending public schools go to the schools in the Manalapan-Englishtown regional School District. Preschoolers attend the John I. Dawes Early Learning Center. Clark Mills, Taylor Mills, Lafayette Mills, Milford Brook are for students in grades first through fifth. Pine Brook is for students in sixth grade only. For grades seventh and eighth students attend Manalapan-Englishtown Middle School. High School age residents attend Manalapan High School. While there are no colleges or universities located within the borough of Englishtown, there are many choices nearby such as Rutgers University in New Brunswick or Princeton University in Princeton.
In 2010, 34.62% of Englishtown residents age 25 and over completed High School, about 30% had some College or an associates degree. 14.86% had received their bachelors degree versus the 20.65% of those who earned it statewide. Those with a graduate degree were 6.81% versus the 12.05% statewide.