Defense Attorney for Haddonfield Juvenile Arrests
A juvenile charged with a crime in Haddonfield faces many adult-like consequences. These can include the possibility of detention, probation, fines and license suspension. While most aspects of juvenile charges are sealed from public view, the law is not as clear cut on this issue as many people think. If you child has been arrested in Haddonfield, give my office a call to discuss the case.
Haddonfield Crime Stats
Since 2010, the Boroughs of Haddonfield and of Audubon have a Shared Court Services Agreement. The Municipal Court is located at 606 W. Nicholson Road, Audubon. Phone: 856-547-0712. Judge: Daniel Bernardin. Prosecutor: Sessions: Mondays at 9:00 am.
In 2010, the Police Department had 23 full-time law enforcement employees, 21 of them police officers.
The N.J. State Police Uniform Crime registered 318 major crimes in 2010. The resulting crime and violent rates per 1,000 residents were 27.4 and 0.9. There were no murders or bias crimes. There occurred 1 rape, 6 robberies, 4 assaults, 73 burglaries, 38 incidents of domestic violence, and 23 cases of police force.
City-data, which does not consider bias crimes, domestic violence or police force, includes 230 thefts, 4 motor vehicle thefts, and 2 arsons.
General Haddonfield Information
Haddonfield was established in 1875, within areas of Haddon Township from which it seceded in 1894 to become an autonomous Borough. It is the second municipality in the state to create a historic preservation district. Sale of alcohol has been prohibited since 1873.
The magazine New Jersey Monthly placed this borough on the 33rd position of its 2010 “Best Places To Live” in New Jersey.
Its territory comprises 2.871 square miles, which was inhabited by 11,593 persons. There were 4,634 housing units. City-data estimated the 2009 median house or condo value at $477,503 versus $348,300 statewide. The March 2012 cost of living index was close to national average (104.0 versus 100.0).
The 2006-2010 American Community Survey of the Census Bureau estimated (with a 5%-13% margin of error) that the median household income was $112,105 and the median family income was $129,100. Males had a median income 50.8% higher than females ($92,409 versus $61,272). The per capita income was $55,955. (All figures are in 2010-inflation adjusted dollars). Less than 5.0% of the population lived below the poverty level.
The major ancestries are Irish (30.4%), German (20.9%), English (19.3%), Italian (19.0%), Polish (7.7%), and Russian (3.4%). As of the 2010 census, 95.23% of the population was White, 1.11% African American, 1.85% Asian, and 2.14% Hispanic or Latino of any race. The rate of foreign-born residents is below the state average (3.2% versus 17.5%).
Of the households counted in the 2010 census, 36.0% had minors living with them. Married couples living together represented 61.7%. Households composed of non-families and of individuals were 28.3% and 24.9%, respectively. Minors accounted for 27.7% and seniors for 15.0%. The median age was 42.9 years.
The 2010 census data for highest educational level of residents age 25 and over reveal that the percentages with a bachelor’s or graduate degree were remarkably above state levels 37.18% and 29.63% versus 20.65% and 12.05%). Less than 4.00% had not completed high school versus 10.51% that had. Those with some college or associate degree were 18.98%.
From 2005 to 2009, the population engaged in Professional, scientific and technical services (22% males and 12% females), Health care and social assistance (20% females and 11% males), Educational services (20% females), Manufacturing (10% males), and Finance and insurance (8% males).