Lawyer to Expunge a Wayne Arrest Record
Everyone makes mistakes. However, a criminal conviction or even just an arrest resulting in a dismissal can haunt you forever unless you have it expunged from your record. Unlike some other states, New Jersey does not provide automatic expungements. If you have ever been arrested in Wayne or any other town in Passaic County, give us a call for help.
Wayne Court Info
The Wayne Municipal Court is located at 475 Valley Road, Wayne. The judges here are appointed by the mayor and are assisted by the court administrator and several staff members. All ‘not guilty’ pleas on traffic and criminal matters, and D.W.I. arraignments and pleas are dealt with on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Thursday sessions see to criminal arraignments, traffic and criminal first appearances, domestic violence arraignments and pleas to minor traffic offenses. D.W.I. and criminal trials are held on Fridays.
General Wayne NJ Info
Wayne is located in Passaic County New Jersey. The northern New Jersey Township is approximately less than 15 miles from Manhattan. Created from sections of Manchester Township, Wayne originated on April 12, 1847. 12 other townships, six of which are also in Passaic County, surround Wayne.
Home to William Patterson University, Wayne is far from a collegiate town. While the university may be large, Wayne is not dominated by its’ university population. However, there are still many dining options and activities for students. In addition many of these restaurants honor student ID cards for discounted rates.
The Willow Brook Mall, which is in the center of Wayne opened in 1969 and consists of over 200 stores such as Banana Republic, Old Navy, and Sunglass Hut. The Mall is anchored by major department stores: Sears, Bloomingdales, and Lord & Taylor. Aside from the food court filled with many eateries there are also big chain restaurants such as Cheesecake Factory and soon-to-be opened Brio Tuscan Grille. The mall is located on Route 23, which is the major commuting artery in Wayne, and can at times have heavy traffic. The surrounding area of the mall is prone to flooding. They will close their doors during significant rainstorms when roads nearby are closed as well due to the heavy flooding by the Passaic River.
The Passaic River flows through a portion of Wayne and is notorious for recurring flooding particularly in the area where the river meets the Pompton River.
As of the 2010 United States Census Survey, there were 54,069 people currently residing in Wayne. The amount of men in Wayne was 25,699, just slightly less than the national average and the number of females residing in the community was 28,370, which is slightly higher than the national average. At the time of the last census survey the median age of people living in Wayne was 40.
According to the last survey there were 19,218 total housing units in Wayne. The number of occupied housing units was 18,755 and there were 463 vacant homes. The average home in Wayne costs $284,800 with mortgages averaging $2,014 per month, where as the monthly mortgage average in the U.S. was $1,088. The median household income in the community at the time of the last survey was $83,651, which is much greater than the national median household income, which was $41,994.
There are 14 public schools in Wayne serving students from pre-k through 12th grade: Nine elementary schools, three middle schools and two high schools. According to Newsweek’s America’s best high schools 2012 article, Wayne Hills High School was ranked 703 nationally and 56th best public school in NJ. In addition there are many private school options, including, Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic School and Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Academy Catholic School.