Lawyer for Old Bridge Traffic Tickets
I have handled countless municipal court cases in Old Bridge. These have included speeding and traffic violations, drug and marijuana possession charges, and drunk driving cases ranging from first to third offenses. With my experience and main office in nearby Freehold, we are able to provide a high level of service to clients facing charges in Old Bridge. Give me a call anytime for help.
Old Bridge Police (They write a lot of tickets!) and Crime Statistics
The Old Bridge Police Department, headed by Chief of Police, William A. Volkert has a staff of over 80 sworn individuals. They handle and respond to over 55,000 calls annually. There are several divisions within the Police Department, including the Administration Bureau, the Patrol Bureau, the Traffic Safety Bureau, the Detective Bureau, the Narcotics Bureau, the Fire Arms Unit, the Special Operations Unit, the Police Garage, the Auxiliary Police Force, the Special police officers Unit, and the Identification Bureau.
Old Bridge also has four Fire Districts located within the Township. The Laurence Harbor Fire Department, The Cheesequake Volunteer Fire Company, The South Old Bridge Volunteer Fire Company, and the Madison Park Volunteer Fire Company.
In 2010, The New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Unit reported 946 main crimes. The findings consist of 2 murders, 3 rapes, 25 robberies, 40 assaults, 153 burglaries, 434 cases of domestic violence, 6 prejudice crimes, and 131 incidents of police force.
Old Bridge Municipal Court
The Municipal Court is located at 1 Old Bridge Plaza, Old Bridge, New Jersey. The Honorable Judge James F. Weber holds court sessions on Monday and Tuesdays at 9:00 am, and evening sessions are Wednesdays at 6:00 pm. The Municipal court’s office hours are Mondays from 10:30 am until 3:30 pm. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 8:45 am until 3:30 pm and Wednesdays from 1:30 pm until 4:30 pm. The court’s phone number is (732) 721-5600.
General Old Bridge Info
Old Bridge Township is located in Middlesex County, New Jersey and is approximately 25 miles from New York City making it one of the many commuter towns located in New Jersey. Having almost a 41 square mile area, Old Bridge is considered a densely populated with its 60,000 plus residents.
Although it is located on the Raritan Bay, there are many rivers that run near or in Old Bridge such as South River, Matchaponix River, Deep Run River, Tennets Brook, Barclay Brook, and Cheesequake Creek.
One of the famous attractions in Old Bridge is The Cottrell Orchard. It is an apple orchard that was built in the mid 1800’s owned by the Cottrell family. They used to make Apple Brandy and cider and had a distillery built on the property.
The Old Bridge Township Public School System has fifteen schools in the district, twelve of which are elementary schools for students in kindergarten through fifth grades. Those schools are: M. Scott Carpenter, Cheesequake, Leroy Gordon Cooper, Virgil I. Grissom, James A. McDivitt, Madison Park, Memorial, William A. Miller, Alan B. Shepard, Southwood, and Walter M. Shirra. The Raymond E. Voorhees School and the Jonas Salk Middle School are for grades sixth through eighth. High School age residetns attend Old Bridge High School for grades nine through twelfth.
According to the 2010 highest educational data, about 7 percent of residents age 25 and over didn’t finish and graduate high school. About 28 percent had received some college or an associate’s degree. About 25 percent of residents received a bachelor’s degree. Those who received a graduate degree made up about 10 percent of the group.