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I was ticketed in NJ for "Disregarding a stop sign", however the date and time are incorrect. Is the ticket defective?

Fort Lee, NJ |
Filed under: Traffic tickets

The date of the offense is a day earlier and during the date listed on the ticket I was at school.

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You can argue it, but its a tough road to hoe to Municipal Court.

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The ticket requires that you are put on notice. Here you may not be. The alibi may work. Bring the proof. Ft. Lee is a great court.

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You may have a basis for a dismissal of the ticket but generally if you speak to the Municipal Prosecutor, they would try to resolve the ticket and may offer to reduce it to a lesser offense.

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