Defense Attorney for Verona Juvenile Arrests
Common Essex County juvenile arrests include assault, theft, possession of marijuana, and other drug offenses. After being charged, juveniles will either be released to their guardian or placed in detention. If your child has been arrested or charged with delinquency in Verona, speak with an experienced defense lawyer right away. Give my office a call so we can discuss your child’s case.
Verona Municipal Court
The Municipal Court is located at 600 Bloomfield Avenue, Verona. Phone: (973) 857-4774 Sessions: First and Third Wednesdays at 5:30 PM – Second and Fourth Wednesdays at 9 AM. Judge: Hon. John A. Paparazzo, P.J.M.C. Prosecutor: Brian J. Aloia, Esq.
In 2010, the Police Department consisted of 32 full-time law enforcement employees, including 28 police officers.
The N.J. State Police Uniform Crime registered 113 major crimes in 2010. This results in a crime rate per 1,000 residents of 6.5 and a violent rate of 0.6. There were no murders, rapes or bias crimes. The reports included 1 robbery, 10 assaults, 24 burglaries, 65 incidents of domestic violence, and 39 cases of police force.
Independent data, which does not consider bias crimes, domestic violence or police force, show thefts, motor vehicle thefts, and no arsons.
Verona – New Jersey
Initially, Verona was part of Newark and later of Caldwell Township. It was incorporated as a Borough in 1907. In 2008, in its list of “Top Places to Live in New Jersey”, the magazine New Jersey Monthly ranked Verona as #1 in Essex County and #3 in the state.
Its territory covers 2.8 square miles, where 13,332 made their home as of the 2010 census. There were 3,524 families and 5,523 housing units City-data estimated the median house or condo value in 2009 at $445,878. The January 2011 cost of living index was 19.1% higher than the national average.
he 2006-2010 American Community Survey of the Census Bureau estimated with a 9%-13% margin of error) that the median household income was $93,839 and the median family income $126,000. Males had a median income 37% higher than females ($71,917 versus $52,433). The per capita income was $47,689. (All the figures are in 2010 inflation-adjusted dollars) About 2.3% of the population lived below the poverty line.
The most common ancestries are Italian (34.3%), Irish (22.6%), German (13.6%), Polish (7.8%), English (7.2%), and Russian (5.4%). As of the 2010 census, 91.24% was White, 1.97% African American, 4.03% Asian, and 5.96% Hispanic or Latino. The percentage of foreign-born residents was below the state level (9.7% versus 17.5%).
Of the 5,315 households registered in the 2010 census, 30.5% had minors living with them. More than half were married couples living together. Households composed of non-families and of individuals were 33.7% and 29.7%. Female householders with no husband present represented 15.9%.
As of the 2010 census, the median age as 44 years. Minors accounted for 23.2% and seniors for 19.3%. For every 100 adult females, there were 86.0 adult males.
The 2010 census data for highest educational level of residents age 25 and over reveal that the percentage with a bachelor’s degree or higher were significantly above state levels (32.79% and 19.01% versus 20.65% and 12.05%). Almost 23.00% had completed high school versus 5.84% who had not. Those with some college or associate degree were 19.84%.
From 2005 to 2009 males engaged in Finance and insurance (15%), Professional, scientific, and technical services (14%), Educational services (11%), and Retail trade (9%). Females worked in Health care and social assistance (22%), Educational services (19%), and Professional, scientific, and technical services (12%).