Tracy, California is a medium-sized city, situated in the San Joaquin Valley. The city is positioned inside of a geographic triangle that includes 5, 205 and 50 Interstates. It is classified as a larger medium-sized city, and is the second largest city in San Joaquin County. Like most of the surrounding area, Tracy is known for its fertile farmland.
Tracy is just slightly more than 22 square miles and has approximately 84,691 people. Just over 50% of Tracy residents ARE female, with a median resident age of 31.6 years, slightly younger than the state median. Tracy has more than 25,960 households, with larger than average households, averaging 3.41 persons. Residents report a median household income of $76,098, topping the state average.
Housing prices in Tracy rank among some of the highest in the country, but don’t compare to even the most expensive prices in the state of California. A relatively young city, Tracy is home to a number of professionals who specialize in a broad variety of industries.
Like many of the surrounding areas in San Joaquin Valley, Tracey is neither blue-collar nor white-collar, and has a mixed workforce that consists of office and administrative professionals, as well as sales personnel. Tracy is also home to more people who are employed in math and computers than 95% of other communities in the United States.
Communities across the country are prone to certain forms of crime, and Tracy is no exception. Tracy and the surrounding areas in San Joaquin Valley encounter criminal offenses, such as domestic violence, just as any other city in America.
When conflicts arise in the home, tempers can flare and arguments often get out of hand, resulting in some party phoning the police. When law enforcement are forced to intervene, the consequences for the individual charged with domestic violence are potentially serious. Possible penalties include jail time, a public record, fines and, occasionally, being dismissed from your job.
Domestic violence offenses can happen to anyone at anytime, and can involve husbands and wives, boyfriends and girlfriends, domestic partners or even two people out for a date. Charges can possibly include assault, disorderly conduct or criminal damage.
If you, or someone you know, is being implicated in a domestic violence case, you need lawyers who listen carefully to your situation and help you reclaim stability in your life.
In Tracy and other communities in north-central California, the law firm of Arata, Swingle, Van Egmond & Goodwin has a premier team of criminal defense experts who specialize in domestic violence cases.
Contact us today at (209) 522-2211 to speak with one of our domestic violence lawyers.
Directions to Our Modesto Family Law Attorneys from Tracy, CA
These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Tracy, CA 95304
Total Est. Time: 32 mins
Total Est. Distance: 22.3 mi
- Head south on S Lehman Rd toward S Bird Rd
- Turn right onto CA-33 S
- Turn left at Vernalis Rd
- Turn left onto CA-132 E
- Turn left onto K St
- Turn right onto 11th St
- Destination will be on the left
We are located at:
912 11th Street, #100
Modesto, CA 95354