Little Silver DWI – Criminal Lawyer
Little Silver Municipal Court has jurisdiction over traffic tickets, Little Silver DUI charge, anddisorderly persons arrests. Any Little Silver juvenile case or felony charge will be send to the Monmouth County Superior Court. If you are facing Little Silver criminal charges or a DWI – traffic ticket in Little Silver, call now to speak with an experienced criminal defense attorney.
Little Silver Municipal Court
The court is located at 480 Prospect Avenue, Little Silver, NJ 07739. Their phone number is 732-842-3881. The court’s fax number is 732-842-9271. The presiding judge is the Hon. James E. Berube Jr., J.M.C. The Court Administrator is Janice Swaggerty.
Little Silver, New Jersey
Little Silver is a borough in Monmouth County, which dates its establishment at 1663 and settlement at 1667. Little Silver separated from the Township of Shrewsbury and was incorporated as a borough from portions of the latter. It is located on the Shrewsbury River. The total area of this borough is 3.4 square miles, of which almost 80% is land.
As of the U.S. 2000 Census, the borough’s population was 6,170. This number has diminished steadily to 6,141 in 2008 and 5,696 in 2010. This population was divided into 2,232 households and 1,810 families.
There were 2,288 housing units (2,232 in 2010). Out of the latter figure, 37.9% had children under 18 years old living with them. Almost three fourths of the households were married couples living together. Approximately a fifth of all households were made up of individuals.
In 2000, the median value of a house or condo was $301,100, a figure that almost doubled in 2009 reaching $591,431. In 2010, home valued at more than $1,000,000 represented 6.58% (vs. 1.63% and 1.84% for the state and nation). The racial makeup of Little Silver, according to the 2000 census, was 97.15% White, 1.51% Asian and 1.31% Hispanic or Latino of any race.
African Americans represented a mere 0.31% of the total population. By 2010, the racial composition had changed slightly to 95.76% White and 2.66 Hispanic or Latino, with almost the same percentage of Black or African Americans at 0.32%. The principal ancestry groups reported by Little Silver residents include: 24% Irish, 20% Italian, 15% German and 10% English.
The median age of Little Silver’s residents was 41 years in 2000 and 43 years in 2010, which is higher than the state median of 27.40 and the nation’s of 35.60. Those 65 years of age or older accounted for 15.7%.
According to the data of the 2000 census, the median household income was $94,094. The figures for 2009 and 2010 record estimates of $146,995 and $122.751, respectively, which are well above those of the state and the nation. Males had a median income of $90,941 versus $45,938 for females. More than half of the residents of Little Silver own two vehicles. Less than one percent of families and of the population were below the poverty line, including those 65 years old and over and none for those under 18.
Crime rate indexes for 2010 place Little Silver far below the state (29 vs. 73). The lowest risk indexes are represented by murder, robbery and assault compared to the state at 7 vs. 84, 4 vs. 108 and 4 vs. 62, respectively. Motor vehicle theft risk is also low at 11 vs. 76. The only index at the same level as the state is rape.
As to the educational level of the population age 25 and over, only 2.20% have not completed high school (vs. 14.15% for the state). Percentages of those who completed bachelor or graduate degrees are significantly above state and national figures, by more than double.