Just this past weekend in Toms River, a pedestrian received a ticket after being hit by a car while not crossing not in the crosswalk.

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Crystal L. Scholz, 37 of Beachwood was ticketed after attempting to cross Rt. 37 in Toms River and being stuck by a vehicle.

It's not very common to see someone get a ticket for jaywalking but its almost anecdotal for drivers who have had people walk out in front of their car not in a crosswalk. Bil Doyle mentioned how in areas that have schools, or beach areas, it seems to happen more frequently than anywhere else.

But if you had to pick a side, who is more at fault on NJ's roads? Pedestrians or motorists? Take the poll below and let us know who gets your vote.