Was issue a ticket for double parking in Bayonne NJ with all the correct about my car but live an hour from there and never been to Bayonne. All the information is correct including the car make and model and the owner of the car name and address. Is it possible for a police officer to write a ticket on a random car or took the wrong plate number and looked up the rest of the information on the vehicle and then wrote out the ticket? We have proof the car was parked at a college at the date and time 40 miles away. What can I do?
Anything could happen I guess. The state has the burden of proof. That said, bring "your proof" to the court and show it to the prosecutor. If your proof shows what you say it does, he or she should be willing to dismiss it. Good luck
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Most definitely show your documents to the State's Attorney. If they persist in pursuing the matter, employ the services of an attorney.
Probably not cost effective to hire a law office. call court plead not guilty and have a trial
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No need for an attorney here. Show the proof you have. Keep in mind, however, that you might have to wait some time in order to see the prosecutor. It's just the way it goes in this state. Clients with attorneys, the attorneys are seen first. Don't let that make you hesitate--you apparently did nothing wrong, so why pay a dime? Prosecutors at first might seem intimidating, but if you're calm and cool and have the necessary proof, they will almost without exception be good back to you. (Just be sure to cool your jets as it could take some time.)
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