Expunge a Plainsboro Conviction or Arrest
If you were ever arrested or charged with a criminal offense in Plainsboro, the records are still apart of your criminal case history. This applies even if the charge against you was dismissed. This history has become far easier for the public to access, including potential employers. The way to fix this is to apply for an expungement. My office handles these petitions on a regular basis. Give us a call to find out if you are eligible.
Plainsboro Criminal Defense
The Plainsboro Police Department headed by police chief, Guy Armour, has a staff of 33 Sworn Police Officers, plus other civilian and EMS support staff. The patrol division currently employs twelve patrol officers that are overseen by four patrol sergeants and four patrol corporals.
In 2010 the New Jersey State Police Uniform Crime Unit reported 196 main crimes. The findings consisted of one rape, 3 robberies, 13 assaults, 29 burglaries, 114 cases of domestic violence, 1 prejudice crime, and 42 incidents of police force. There were not any homicides reported or registered.
The Plainsboro Municipal Court is located at 641 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro, New Jersey 08536. This court serves as the municipal court for Cranbury Township as well.The Honorable Judge Edward H. Herman holds morning court sessions every Wednesday at 9:00 am and evening court sessions are held twice a month on Thursdays at 6:00 pm. The court administrator is Susan Slavicek and the deputy court administrator is Kate Finley. The phone number is (609) 799-0863.
Plainsboro Town Info
Plainsboro Township is located in Middlesex County, New Jersey, approximately 60 miles from New York City. Its’ neighboring towns are: Cranbury Township, South Brunswick, West Windsor, and Princeton. Formed from parts of South Brunswick and Cranbury Townships in 1919, Plainsboro was formally created. Princeton University and Lincoln Properties Inc stongly helped develop the growing community in the 1970’s. The population of 23,000 in an approximate 12 square mile area, makes this town densely population. There is a high percentage of renters in the area due to all the condominimum units and developments.
A new multi million hospital, named the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, opened in Plainsboro in May 2012.
The major roadways that run through and near Plainsboro are: US Route 1, County Road 614, and the New Jersey Turnpike which closest exit is exit 8 or 8A located in Monroe township. New Jersey Transit services the area with transportation to Trenton while Suburban Transit provides buses to New York City mainly to the Port Authority.
Plainsboro shares its’ school system with West Windsor Township. There are nine schools in the district. There are four elementary schools for students in kindergarten through third grades. For students in grades fourth through fifth there are two schools. There are also two middle schools for kids in grades sixth through eighth. The two high schools are West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North and West Windsor Plainsboro High School South, the latter was ranked 16th out of the top 332 New Jersey schools, the former was ranked 19th in the September 2010 New Jersey Monthly Magazine. While there are no colleges or universities located within the township, Princeton University is one of the closest being less than 5 miles away in nearby Princeton.
The 2010 United States Census Data Report revealed that about 40 percent of Plainsboro residents age 25 and over t received a bachelor’s degree. Less than three percent had not finished high school and approximately 17 percent of the residents received an associate degree or had some college.