Wherever the camera is located (meaning in whatever state) there is usually legislation that allows for jurisdiction. That can subsequently be enforced in Virginia and if a Judgment is eventually issued (which is likely) then it may be enforceable in Texas.
As for service by mail, there is usually a statute that allows for service by mail and you may rebut it if, in fact, you did not receive the mail. If you do confront whether you were served, it could still go through if the state wants to enforce it.
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This is generally treated as a civil matter. A judgement against you could effect your credit. It is better to deal with it now rather than later.
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Take a look at the address from the firm that sent you the letter. Do you really think they are going to sue you? !! Red light camera tickets in Grand Prairie are a joke. Throw the letters in the trash. This is nothing more than an attempt by the City of Grand Prairie to raise money. It happens all of the time....forget it. I have pitched the last two red light tickets in the trash and ignored the letters...not a problem. I tell all of my clients to do the same