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Paula Jones Cited for Traffic Violations

September 15, 1998

Paula Corbin Jones, whose now-dismissed sexual harassment suit sparked an investigation into President Clinton's relationship with Monica S. Lewinsky, was cited recently for driving with expired license plates, without car insurance and without a valid California driver's license, Long Beach police said.

Jones was driving on Ocean Boulevard near Molino Avenue on Sept. 6 when she was pulled over, said Long Beach Police Cpl. Harry Erickson. Officer Mark Dumas noticed that the car had expired Tennessee license plates, Erickson said.

Once stopped, Jones acknowledged that the plates were expired and that she had no insurance for the car, Erickson said. She told Dumas that she did not normally drive the car but that her usual vehicle was being repaired.

Jones then produced a valid Arkansas driver's license. Under state law, drivers must apply for a California license within 10 days of moving to the state, Erickson said. Jones said she has lived in California for five years and was unaware of the law, he said.

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