Defense Attorney for Camden County Juvenile Charges
Any juvenile charged with delinquency or arrested in Camden County NJ whose family lives in Camden County will have their case heard in the Family Part of the Superior Court in Camden. For some very minor offenses, the matter may be diverted to either a Juvenile Justice Committee Conference or a Referee Hearing. These diversionary programs usually lead to the charges being dismissed so long as the juvenile abides by certain rules.
For more serious matters, the juvenile will be scheduled for a formal hearing before a Superior Court Judge. I have defended juveniles against a wide variety of criminal offenses in New Jersey Juvenile Courts. Call us anytime to discuss your child’s case.
Camden County Criminal Justice Stats
The Office of the Sheriff has a total staff of 188 people, including 125 Sheriff’s Officers and 29 civilian employees.
One of the responsibilities of the Office of the Sheriff is the security at the Camden County Hall of Justice. The Camden Vicinage Superior Court is housed in the Hall of Justice, located at 101 South 5th Street, Suite 670,
Camden. Phone: 856-379-2200. Assignment Judge: Faustino J. Fernandez-Vina. There are 30 Superior Court Judges. Prosecutor: Warren W. Faulk; First Assistant Prosecutor: Gladys Rodriguez.
The N.J. State Police Uniform Crime registered 19,569 major crimes in 2010. The resulting crime and violent rates per 1,000 residents were 38.1 and 6.0. There occurred 46 murders, 124 rapes, 1,147 robberies, 1,759 assaults; 3,788 burglaries, 6,798 incidents of domestic violence, 25 bias crimes, and 1,476 reports of police force.
General Information on Camden County
Camden County is situated in the area of the Delaware Valley. It was incorporated in 1884, from sections of Gloucester County. Its county is seat is Camden. It comprises a territory of 228.58 square miles, very densely populated with 513,657 residents as of the 2010 census.
At the time of the 2010 census, there were 199,679 housing units. The percentage of renters, as per City-Data, equals the state average of 30%. It also estimated the 2009 median contract rent for apartments at $781 (versus $962 statewide) and the median house or condo value at $226,900 (versus $348,300 statewide).
Statistics from the 2000 census reveal that the median family income was $57,429. Males had a median income 36.5% higher than females ($41,609 versus $30,470). The per capita income was $22,354. The median household income was $48,097. As per City-Data, in 2009 it had risen to $60,946. Less than 11.0% of the population lived below the poverty level.
The major ancestries are Italian (18%), Irish (15%), and German (10%). As of the 2010 Census, 60.28% of the population was Non-Hispanic White, 18.45% Non-Hispanic Black, 1.12% Hispanic Black, and 5.07% Non-Hispanic Asian. Globally, 14.24% of the population was Hispanic. The proportion of foreign-born residents (53% naturalized) is significantly below the state average (6.9% versus 17.5%). A fourth comes from India (9%), Vietnam (8%), and Philippines (8%).
Of the households recounted in the 2000 census, 34.6% had minors living with them. There were more households of married couples living together than of female householders without husbands present (49.8% versus 15.4%). Those composed of non-family and of individuals represented 30.1% and 25.1%, respectively. Less than 10.0% had a senior citizen living alone. The median age was 36 years. Minors accounted for 26.8% and seniors for 12.5%.
There are currently 25,699 college students, as per City-data, which reports that of people 25 years of age or over, 80.3% have a high school degree or higher and 24.0% hold a bachelor’s degree or higher.
According to City-data, 14% of the residents are Government workers. The main industries that provide employment are Educational, health and social services (22.2%), Retail trade (12.8%), Professional, scientific, management, administrative and waste management services (11.3%), and Manufacturing (10.3%).