What Is the Difference Between a Citation & a Traffic Ticket?

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There is no difference between a citation and a traffic ticket. Both are terms used to refer to a legally issued document by law enforcement when a traffic code or law is violated. The formal term is citation and the term traffic ticket is the common name.
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