POHATCONG TWP., Pa. - About 17,000 tickets to motorists charged with running red lights in New Jersey have been voided all because of a computer glitch.
This affects one township in Warren County.
The state sent a letter to Pohatcong Township and 16 other towns that have contracts with American Traffic Solutions notifying them of the problem.
A state judiciary spokeswoman says the computer problems between May 28 and June 30 resulted in motorists not receiving notices of violations.
New Jersey law requires that if a ticket hasn't been served within 90 days, it must be dismissed.
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