An officer gave me a 39:4-56 ‘delaying traffic’ ticket. What does that mean?

By Matt Rooney _ You may find yourself pulled over alongside one of New Jersey’s many highways or byways and receive a citation from a police officer for 39:4-56, “Delaying traffic.” What does that mean, exactly? Good question. It’s a factually broad offense. According to the statute, “[n]o person shall drive or conduct a vehicle […]

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