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City of Asbury Park v. Shure

Decided: January 28, 1959.

CITY OF ASBURY PARK, PLAINTIFF-RESPONDENT,
v.
HARRY L. SHURE, DEFENDANT-APPELLANT



Mariano, J.s.c. (temporarily assigned).

Mariano

Defendant was convicted of a traffic offense in the Municipal Court of the City of Asbury Park and appeals to this court.

Part of the following statement of facts have been stipulated by the parties and the balance testified to in open court.

On August 15, 1958 Special Police Officer Florence Bryant testified that she placed an official "uniform traffic ticket" under the windshield wiper of the defendant's motor vehicle for an alleged violation of the city's parking meter ordinance. Defendant admitted ownership of the vehicle involved and to parking overtime contrary to the provisions of said ordinance. He also accepts as a fact the testimony of Special Police Officer Bryant in regard to placing the ticket under the windshield wiper. Defendant further stated that upon his return to his motor vehicle he did not find nor notice the ticket under the wiper. Under the circumstances defendant did not respond to the ticket. He admits that on or about October 12, 1958 he received the following, which is Exhibit S-4 in evidence:

"(Defendant's Copy)

MUNICIPAL COURT

THE CITY OF ASBURY PARK, COUNTY OF MONMOUTH

Police Headquarters, Asbury Park, N.J.

Date: 10-12-58

Docket No.

TO Harry Shurf

1801 Sunset Ave.

A.P.

Summons No. 61049

Driver's License

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