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What is the statute of limitations on traffic tickets in New Jersey?

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2007-03-10 02:18:46
2007-03-10 02:18:46

You can obtain a copy of your MVR's for a fee to see what, if any violations are still being listed. Traffic violations do not have SOL's. They remain valid until the fine is paid or the issue is resolved in court. In some cases, such as a "failure to appear" (FTA) a warrant will be issued for the arrest of the offender.

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