This guide will show you how figure out if you have any open/defaulted traffic tickets in New Jersey without calling the municipality you "think" you were in when you were issued the ticket.
Locate Your Identifying Information
If you don't have the original ticket worry not. If you have a drivers license from any State you can use your driver's license number to search the database. If you don't have a license or have moved to another State since you believe you received the ticket you can also search by your full name. If you have a common name you can narrow your search by your date of birth.
Starting The Search
Now that you have your identifying information. Head over to:
There will be a hyperlink which says 'Search". Click here.
Read And Accept The Disclaimer
You will encounter a disclaimer page. Read it. Once you have done so and understand the disclaimer, you should click the "I Accept" button.
Choose how you want to search. Enter your information. Make sure you check the box "I Am Not A Robot" and overcome the reCAPTCHA.
You should now be presented with a list of all of your New Jersey Municipal Court Cases. If they are indicated as "disposed", those cases are likely closed. Any other status than "disposed" may indicate an open or defaulted ticket.
Contact the municipality on the telephone to learn more.
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