Expunge a Marlboro NJ Conviction
If you were arrested, charged or convicted of a criminal offense in Marlboro Township, it may be possible have your records expunged. To “expunge” means to remove from public view. An expungement also allows you to legally answer “no” to any question regarding the expunged incident. Marlboro DWI charges and traffic violations cannot be expunged. Both adult and juvenile Marlboro crimes can be expunged. Call now to speak with a New Jersey Expungement Lawyer.
Marlboro – New Jersey
Marlboro Township became an independent political entity in 1848. Previously, it had been part of Freehold Township since the time when English, Scottish and Dutch settlers established the first farms in the 1600s. At the time of its incorporation, Marlboro had a population of approximately 1,500 people. According to the 1980 census, its population had risen to 18,000. It has been increasingly steadily as shown by the figures of the three last censuses (1990 – 28,000; 2000 -36,398; 2010 – 40,191).
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Marlboro Township has a total area of 30.6 square miles, all of which is land. The median age of Marlboro’s resident was 38 years, with those under the age of 18 accounting for almost a third. The other two thirds are represented by people aged 18 to 24 and 25 to 44 years old. The most common ancestries reported are: Italian 18%, Russian 10%, Irish 10%, Polish 9% and Chinese (except Taiwanese) 6%. The racial composition of the township at the time of the last census was made up predominantly of 81.76% White and 14.67% Asian. Hispanics or Latinos of any race were only 2.89% and Blacks were represented by a mere 2.05%.
For the year 2003, the FBI recorder a total number of 15 violent crimes in Marlboro Township with a single murder or homicide. The violent crime rate was very low 0.4 per 1,000 people. As of the time of the last census, the median income for a household in this township was $101,322, and the median income for a family was $107,894 (these figures had risen to $122,334 and $133,533 respectively, as of a 2007 estimate). By 2008, the median income for a household had continued to rise to $129,308. In this township, residents with an income below the poverty level were only 3.6% in 2008.
The median income of males was more than 50% that of females ($76,776 versus $41,298 for females). The estimated median house or condo value in Marlboro Township was estimated to be $610,448 in 2008, more than double the cost as of the 2000 census ($281,900). At present this estimated cost stands at $446,890. Marlboro Township’s cost of living is 57% higher than the U.S. average. The level of educational attainment of the population 25 and older in Marlboro Township shows that the percentage of individuals with a bachelor’s degree is higher than that for the state. In the case of those with master’s, professional or doctor degree, the percentage more than doubles the state’s (22.6 vs. 11.0).
The principal industries in which male residents of this township engage are: finance and insurance (15% vs. 11% females) and professional, scientific, and technical services (14% vs. 11% females). The other main industries in which females participate are educational services (17%) and health care (11%). Marlboro Township has been chosen by two major news and financial magazines as one of the top 10 safest places to live and one among 100 overall places to live in the States.