Expungement Lawyer for New Brunswick Arrests & Criminal Convictions
Many clients call and ask whether it is necessary to retain a lawyer to handle their expungement. While it is not necessary, as in any other legal matter, it is certainly advisable. The expungement process is routine for attorneys who regularly handle them, but can be overwhelming for a person not experienced with preparing, serving and filing legal petitions. I handle expungements for clients on a regular basis throughout the state. For a reasonable fee, we can see your expungement through quickly and accurately from start to finish.
New Brunswick Municipal Court Info
The New Brunswick Municipal Court is located at 25 Kirkpatrick St.Brunswick, NJ 08903. There are three judges at this court, the Chief Judge is the Honorable E. Ronald Wright, and the two other judges are the Honorable Mary H. Casey, and the Honorable Philip A. Borow. They hold court sessions Monday through Wednesday at 8:45 am, 12:30 pm, and 4:45 pm. Thursday sessions are at 8:45 am and 12:30 pm. The Court Administrator is Kimberly A. Milligan. The court’s phone number is (732) 745-5089.
General New Brunswick Data
New Brunswick is located in Middlesex County and is the county seat. The city lies along the Raritan River only about 30 miles from New York City. Highland Park, Piscataway, Edison, North Brunswick, East Brunswick, and Franklin Township border the city of New Brunswick. New Brunswick was formally incorporated as a city in 1784. The population as of the 2010 census was 55,181.
There are ten public schools in the New Brunswick School System, eight of which are elementary schools ranging from grades pre-kindergarten through eighth. The Lincoln Elementary School, The Livingston Elementary School, McKinley Community Elementary School, A. Chester Redshaw Elementary School, Paul Robeson Community Elementary School, Roosevelt Elementary School, Lord Stirling Elementary School, and Woodrow Wilson Elementary School. The New Brunswick Middle School is for grades sixth through eighth and high school age residents attend the New Brunswick High School for grades nine through twelfth.
Rutgers University, the state University, has three campuses located within New Brunswick: The College Ave Campus, Douglass Campus, and Cook Campus. There are supplementary campuses in Newark and Camden as well. Rutgers is the biggest university in New Jersey. It was originally called Queen’s College when it was formed in 1766, making it the eighth oldest university in America. Rutgers has bachelor, master, doctoral, and professional degree programs to offer.
Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team, presently coached by Kyle Flood, is known to be one of the most noteworthy football programs in the United States after beating Princeton University in their first game in 1869. There are many bars and pubs in the city that pay homage to the history of Rutgers with names such as Knight Club, Scarlet Pub, and Olde Queens Bar. Some of these bars also have live music on certain nights of the week. You can find many students getting a bite to eat at the famous Grease Trucks after a night out. These food trucks offer a variety of subs with crazy combinations such as the “Fat Knight” containing mozzarella Sticks, chicken fingers, cheese steak, french fries, and marinara sauce.
There are many things to do in New Brunswick, the city is full of culture. There is a strong theater scene with three main theaters. The Crossroads Theatre, which won a Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre in 1999. The George Street Playhouse is known for it’s open stage and intimate setting. Lastly, The State Theater presents highly rated performing artists. There is an assortment of restaurants to choose from, rangning for burger joints to 5 star fine dining establishments such as the Frog and the Peach, Stage Left, and Catherine Lombardi’s.