If you writing that you have received one already, no?
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It would be prudent to just assume it is possible and in the future, just obey the law. I think your question is asking for attorney advice to violate the law and that is not something any attorney should give.
If there is a "no right turn on red" and you turn on red at a camera equipped intersection, you can be ticketed.
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