I often get this question when people from surrounding states like Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia or Maryland get a ticket while driving through New Jersey. The answer is, in most instances, depending on the court and the charges, no. Traffic court judges in Camden, Gloucester, Salem, and Cumberland Counties understand that lots of people get tickets while passing through their towns from other states. That is why they often allow someone to "plea by affidavit."  Find out more!

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