Lawyer for Freehold Expungement
Any expungement for an arrest or conviction from Monmouth County must generally be filed at the Monmouth County Superior Court in Freehold. Many believe that an expungement automatically occurs after a certain period of time. This is untrue. Rather you must file a very detailed NJ expungement petition. I have handled many expungements for clients in the Freehold court. An expungement is available for both adult and juvenile criminal history. Call to speak with a Freehold expungement lawyer.
I have handled expungements with various issues. A simple expungement is one where there is only one charge to be expunged, or where the underlying arrest did not result in a conviction. However, expungements can be much more complicated. This is especially where the individual has an extensive criminal background. A NJ expungement lawyer can make sure your expungement has the best chance to be granted. I offer a free consultation on all New Jersey expungements and charge a very reasonable, flat fee to handle the matter.
Freehold Expungement Court
For an expungement in Monmouth County, New Jersey, your hearing will be held in the Law Division – Criminal Part of the Monmouth County Superior Court. The court is located at 71 Monument Park, Freehold, NJ 07728. Currently, the Honorable Jamie S. Perri, J.S.C. hears expungement matters in the Freehold court.
Freehold Township was formed on Oct. 31, 1693. The total population is currently 31,537 and includes 8,283 families. The Battle of Monmouth was an American Revolutionary war battle that was fought in Freehold on June 28, 1778 between General George Washington, leader of the Continental Army, and Lt. General Sir Henry Clinton, leader of the British Army. It is re-enacted each year in Monmouth Battlefield State Park. Other parks, such as Michael J. Tighe Park, Turkey Swamp Park and the Henry Hudson Trail, provide many recreational opportunities for exercise enthusiasts.
Well known rock and roll Legend Bruce Springsteen was brought up in the borough of Freehold. Other notable residents, past and present, are film and TV actor Grant Aleksander; 1984 High Jumper in the Summer Olympics Milton Goode; novelist Caren Lissner; and Baltimore Orioles center fielder Val Majewski.
Construction from Sweetmans Lane (527) to US Route 9, which was completed in 1972, helped to ease the congestion on Route 33, which runs through the township of Freehold. Other major roads running through the township are Route 18 and Route 79. Freehold township is governed under a five member township committee elected by the voters, who enact local ordinances, levy municipal taxes and conduct the affairs of the Freehold community. Their monthly meetings are open to the public. Freehold township leans toward the Republican Party.
The current Mayor, Dr. Eugene B. Golub, is also a Republican. Freehold township is also the home of Freehold Raceway, which offers bettors the opportunity to see harness racing in person or track racing on simulcast TV. The Freehold circle, at the junctions of Routes 9 and 33, was eliminated to make room for the Freehold Raceway Mall. It was opened in 1990 and has continued to grow into the second largest shopping mall in New Jersey. It is ideal for one-stop shopping and opens early for “mall walkers.” It has five major anchor stores, many smaller stores, and boasts many fine restaurants as well. Two of the newest restaurants are The Cheesecake Factory and P.F. Changs.