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Obstructing traffic is indeed a no-point violation. Points are only relevant to whether or not a license would be suspended, however. Insurance companies do not care or consider "points." Insurance companies only care about the nature of the ticket and the outcome.
You mentioned that your husband paid the ticket. Are you aware if he simply plead guilty and received a conviction or did he obtain any type of deferred prosecution? The answer to this question will determine whether or not the insurance company will even know about the ticket.
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I want to make sure I understand your question. Am I correct that the accident was in New Jersey and that your husband is licensed in New Jersey. Also are you asking how many points the state will put on his state driving record?