Clementon, NJ asked in Traffic Tickets for New Jersey

Q: I want to ask for a motion to dismiss in anticipation of subrosa subject matter jurisdictional discrepancy. On a lonely

Road near my home I was stopped for having one of my two license plate lights out(I didn't even know I had two).

Being a lifelong passive good citizen I reluctantly agreed with my insurance company to put the card on my phone.

When I couldn't find it right away the officer gave me 39:6B-2.

All this so the insurance company can save a stamp?

Plus you could still see my whole plate with 1 light , which all cars used to have, I 'm in my late 100's , I should know.

Plus, plus, I know from a detective in another jurisdiction, they read plates electronically with the computer and he knew I had insurance before he got out of his cruiser.

"Can we talk?" -Joan Rivers

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1 Lawyer Answer
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.
H. Scott Aalsberg Esq.
Answered
  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • East Brunswick, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Most police cars don't have a license plate scanners in them and the officer needs to manually look everything up. Generally an officer will not know that you don't have insurance until after an extended period of time and you get suspended from Motor Vehicle Commission. Thus it is very possible that the officer does not know that you have insurance and issued the ticket.

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