Speak to an Experienced Juvenile Lawyer
If Howell police want to question or have arrested your child, call right away to speak with an experienced juvenile defense lawyer. By law, all juveniles must be represented by an attorney in the juvenile court. Your best move therefore is to retain a lawyer at the outset. For Howell juvenile cases, the Monmouth County Superior Court has jurisdiction. The Court is currently presided over by Judge Eugene A. Iadanza, J.S.C.
Howell – New Jersey
Howell Township was formed in 1801 from territory taken from Shrewsbury Township. Between 1850 and 1903, portions of this township were taken to form other communities.
According to the Census Bureau, its total surface is 61.0 square miles, practically all land. The population density is very high and 88% urban. At the time of the 2010 census, 51,075 people resided here, up from 48.903 in 2000. There were then 13,011 families and 16,572 housing units. The estimated median house or condo value more than doubled from $130,300 in 2000 to $281,367 in 2008. That year the median apartment contract rent was $745.
Statistics from the 2000 census reveal that the median family income was $74,623 and the per capita income $26,143. Male median income was almost 60% higher than that of females ($55,349 versus $34,722). The median household income was $68,069. It rose to an estimated $76,391 in 2008. About 4.2% of the population was below the poverty line.
At the time of the 2000 census, the ethnic composition was 89.99% White, Hispanic or Latino of any race 5.34%, African American 3.56%, and Asian 3.58% The most common ancestries were German (17.7%), English (12.7%), Irish (11.5%), American (9.9%), Polish (6.6%), French (except Basque) (4.0%) and Italian (2.7%). The most common places of birth of foreign-born residents are India (11%), Canada (8%), Iran (6%), and Mexico (6%).
The median age was 36 years as of the 2000 census. The age breakdown indicated that residents under 18 were 30.9%, between 25 and 44 years 32.8%, from 45 to 64 years, 21.6%, and 65 years of age and over 8.8%.
Almost half (47.1%) of the 16,063 households recounted I the 2000 census had minors living with them. The majority of the households (69.4%) were made up of married couples living together. Households composed of non-families and of individuals represented 19.0% and 15.4%.
According to the 2000 census, the educational attainment of the population 25 and older is distributed quite evenly between high school graduates (30.0%), those with some college or associate’s degree (29.3%) and with a bachelor’s degree (20.2%). This is comparable with state and national percentages. Only those with master’s, professional or doctorate degree fall below the state level (8.7% vs. 11.0%).
The principal industries in which males engage are construction (22%), machinery (18%), agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting (17%) and electrical and electronic goods merchant wholesalers (10%). Females mostly work in finance and insurance (21%), agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting (12%), and computer and electronic products (12%).