Turning right with green indicator arrow
The situation is I'm approaching an intersection with a red light camera where j want to turn right. The circle indictator for the direction I'm travelling is red but when I reach the white line there is a fourth circle below the red with a green arrow pointing for a right turn so I proceed to slow down but don't come to a complete stop and make my right turn as well the car doing the same behind me.
I'm assuming we have the right turn arrow because traffic going perpendicular to my route has an advanced green for left turns and the pedestrians have the stop signal to not walk.
My concern is am I supposed to come to a complete stop before making this indicated right turn or does that defeat the purpose of the indictator arrow?
I know that I'll find out in 30 days if a ticket shows up in the mail but just for piece of mind if anyone can shed some light on this scenario