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I received a careless driving ticket in NJ after I hit a car in the rear. The officer issued me a citation and stated that he never gives out tickets for accidents, but because there will be at least $500 in damages to the other car, he had to give it to me.
Is there a NJ law that states an officer must tell someone why they gave them a ticket?
Is there a NJ law that states an officer must issue a citation if there is damages in excess of $500 because of an accident?
How did he appraise the amount of money it would cost to repair the car if he is not a mechanic?
He told me to go to court and talk to the prosecutor to receive an "unsafe" driving ticket and pay off the 2 points.
Should I take this to trial?