Lawyer for Mt. Holly Juvenile Court
Any juvenile arrested in Mount Holly, or charged with a criminal offense or delinquency in Burlington County, New Jersey will likely head to the Burlington County Superior Court. The Family Part has jurisdiction over all juvenile delinquency complaints in the county. If your child has been scheduled for a counsel mandatory plea hearing in the Mount Holly Juvenile court, call now to speak with an experienced juvenile defense lawyer.
Mt. Holly Court
Burlington County Superior Court
49 Rancocas Rd, PO Box 6555
Mt Holly, NJ 08060
Mount Holly Municipal Court is located at 23 Washington St., Mt Holly. Phone: 609-845-1121.Sessions: First and fourth Thursdays, 1 P.M. & 3:30 P.M. Hon. Richard Andronici is the Judge and Dean Buono, Esq., the Prosecutor.
The N.J. State Police Uniform Crime registered 310 major crimes. This results in a crime rate per 1,000 residents of 32.5 and a violent rate of 3.3. There were no rapes. The reports included 1 murder, 14 robberies, 16 assaults, 46 burglaries, 285 incidents of domestic violence, 1 bias crime and 25 cases of police force.
Mout Holly – New Jersey
Mount Holly was first settled in 1677. It was constituted as Northampton in 1688 and incorporated as one of the states initial 104 townships in 1798. Between 1740 and 1860, portions of the township were taken to form other townships and one borough. It received its present name in 1931. It is the county seat of Burlington County.
The Census Bureau records its total area at 2.9 square miles, all of it land. The population density is very high. As of the 2000 census, 10.728 people called it home. There were 4,248 housing units and 2,583 families. The median contract rent for apartments in 2008 was $883. The estimated median house of condo value more than doubled from $97,600 in 2000 to $211, 935 in 2008.
An unofficial 2008 estimate placed the median household income at $55,239. Figures from the 2000 census registered it at $43,284. Other census statistics are median family income $52,000 and per capita income $19,672. Male median income was almost 40% higher than females ($38,186 versus $27,425).
The most common first ancestries cited are German (12.4%), Irish (12.2%), Italian (10.9%), English (8.9%), American (5.5%) and Polish (4.3%). As of the 2000 census, the ethnic composition was 68.68% White, 21.57% African American, 8.78% Hispanic or Latino of any race, and 1.37% Asian. The most usual birthplaces of foreign-born residents are Korea (15%), Germany (12%), Colombia (8%), Jamaica (7%), Japan (6%), Bangladesh (6%) and Philippines (5%).
The age breakdown, according to the 2000 census, was 26.3% under 18, 32.2% from 25 to 44, 19.6% from 45 to 64, and 12.4% 65 or older. The median age was 35 years.
Almost a third (32.0%) of all households had minors living with them. Married couples living together represented 44.0%. Non-families and individuals accounted for 33.8% and 27.2%, respectively. Female householders with no husband present were 17.3%.
The 2000 Census data for educational attainment of the population 25 and older shows 35.1% completed high school and 24.2% some college or associate degree. Holders of a bachelor’s degree account for 14.4%. Those with a master’s, professional or doctorate degree represent 4.2%.
The male population is mostly engaged in public administration (12%), construction (11%) and educational services (6%). Females are employed in health care (12%), educational services (11%) and public administration (9%).