'Real Housewives' Joe Giudice Cited for Careless Driving in School Zone
PHOTO: Joe Giudice attends the OK! TV Launch Celebration at Lavo, Sept. 9, 2013 in New York.

Joe Giudice attends the OK! TV Launch Celebration at Lavo, Sept. 9, 2013 in New York. Earl Gibson III/Getty Images

"Real Housewives of New Jersey" husband Joe Giudice has driven into some more legal trouble.

The already-indicted reality show hubby - with a long history of driver's license suspensions - was cited by police last week in his hometown of Montville, N.J., for careless driving in a school zone, according to a copy of the citation obtained by ABC News.

Montville Township Administrator Victor Canning said Giudice, on Nov. 5, swerved into oncoming traffic lanes as a police car approached.

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"The officer assumed he was texting," Canning said of the reality-TV personality. "He didn't actually see him texting but he assumed that's what he was doing."

Giudice, 43, is facing state charges after allegedly obtaining a New Jersey driver's license by impersonating his brother. At the time, Giudice's license was suspended because of a driving-under-the-influence episode.

Giudice and his wife, "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice, 41, are also facing a series of federal charges for alleged fraud.

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Miles Feinstein, Giudice's lawyer, did not immediately respond to a message from ABC News.

According to New Jersey motor vehicle regulations, Giudice faces a fine of up to $200 and/or up to 15 days in jail for the latest citation. State records show his license has been suspended 47 times since he first became a New Jersey driver in 1987.

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