A lot of people who would otherwise have received a traffic ticket can breathe a sigh of relief.

According to an article at abcnews.go.com:

Some 17,000 drivers in New Jersey will not have to pay tickets for running red lights and other traffic violations after the company that operates the state's traffic cameras accidentally failed to send them out on time.

Between May 28 and June 30 there was a problem with American Traffic Solution's servers which prevented New Jersey drivers from receiving notices for traffic violations that occurred, and according to New Jersey state law, tickets that have not been served within 90 days of a violation must be voided.

Now go and sin no more, because next time you probably won't be so lucky. :-D