Burlington County

Burlington County Juvenile Defense Attorney

Burlington County is the largest county in New Jersey and its county seat is Mount Holly. Burlington County dates back to 1681, when the Old Courthouse was first established. Even though the county is located within New Jersey it is considered part of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area. Even though Burlington County is predominantly rural in some areas, it also deals with its fair share of juvenile crimes. These juvenile charges often materialize into hefty penalties such as excessive fines, probation, counseling, vocational programs, community service or even incarceration. The Law Offices of John F. Marshall regularly appears in Burlington County to represent juveniles facing serious charges. More importantly, our lawyers are rarely unsuccessful at obtaining a reduced disposition or getting the entire charge dropped altogether. This is most likely a reflection of our attorneys’ steadfast dedication to each client’s case. An attorney from our office is available to talk to you and your child 24/7 and address all of your concerns for free.

Burlington County Juvenile Court

All juveniles who are arrested and charged in Burlington County will have their case heard in the Burlington Superior Court, Family Division. The Burlington County Superior Court is located at 49 Rancocas Road, Mount Holly, NJ 08060. The Burlington County juvenile team handles all the juvenile complaints including aggravated assault, marijuana possession, drug distribution, criminal mischief, trespass, burglary, theft, robbery, shoplifting, weapon possession, eluding, simple assault, terroristic threats, and underage possession or consumption of alcohol. The team is also responsible for the docketing and scheduling of all the juvenile delinquency and family crisis matters. The juvenile team divides the cases among the specialized teams which are designed to process all different kinds of specific circumstances. These include mandatory and non-mandatory representation, Juvenile Referee, Juvenile Intake Service Conference and Juvenile Conference Committee. Furthermore, the Juvenile Unit monitors, supervises and enforces probation for juveniles who are required to report regularly to their probation officer. These officers may visit the juveniles in their schools and homes. Because of the drastic effect these charges can have on a juvenile’s life, in most cases families are required to obtain private counsel for their minor children.

The Juvenile Court Judge is Burlington County is:

Judge John L. Call, Jr. (609) 518-2716
Juvenile Referee Program (609)-518-2656
Juvenile Conference Committee Program (609)-518-2547
Juvenile Intake Service Conference (609)-518-2547
Family Crisis Intervention Unit (609)-518-2656
Youth Services Commission (609)-518-2506
Multi-Disciplinary Planning Team (609)-518-2680
Juvenile Team (609)-518-2661

Directions to Burlington County Superior Court

From North New Jersey: Get onto the New Jersey Turnpike South and take it down to Exit 5. Once you get off the exit make a right onto Rt. 541 South at the traffic light after the toll plaza. Then go down to the 5th traffic light and make a right onto Rancocas Rd. See below for parking instructions.

From Southwestern New Jersey: Get onto Rt. 295 North and take it to Exit 45A. After exiting the ramp go through 5 traffic lights. Once you pass King Street the parking for the courthouse will be on your right. See below for parking instructions.

Eastern New Jersey: Take the Garden State Parkway to Rt. 195 West and take it to the exit for Route 295 South. Take Rt. 295 S to Exit 47A and then make a right at the 10th traffic light which is Rancocas Road. See below for parking instructions.

From Philadelphia: Take either the Walt Whitman or Ben Franklin Bridge to Route 295 North. Then take Route 295 North to Exit 45A. After exiting the highway go through 5 traffic lights until you reach King Street.

Burlington County Detention Center

When a juvenile is sentenced to a term of incarceration in Burlington County they are sent to the Burlington County Juvenile Detention Center to carry out their disposition. The Burlington County Juvenile Detention Center provides for the lawful detention of juveniles involved in criminal matters pending disposition by the courts. The detention facility is located at 620 Pemberton-Browns Mills Road, Mount Holly, NJ 08068. The Telephone number is 609-726-7150 and the superintendent Frederick S. Green.

Burlington County takes juvenile offenses very seriously and will usually seek the harshest penalties allowed by law. You need an experienced attorney to vigorously combat the Burlington County prosecutors and defend your son or daughter’s future. At the Law Offices of John F. Marshall our attorneys know how stressful and worrisome these circumstances can be for your family and our lawyers will show you and your child the same dedication that we have exhibited for over forty (40) years. If your minor child has been arrested in Evesham Township, Mount Laurel, Willingboro Township, Pemberton Township, Medford Township, Burlington, Maple Shade, Moorestown, Delran, Cinnaminson Township, Browns Mills or any other township in Burlington County our firm can help you.