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An officer coming in the opposite direction gave me a speeding ticket How correct can his assessment of my speed be Do I have a case to contest?


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2006-07-02 04:52:09
2006-07-02 04:52:09

No, probably not. Radar guns are pointed at your license plate to calculate speed so therefore he could get a fairly accurate reading. You will probably just end up paying more by contesting when they include court costs. Radar is extremely accurate. You'll probably loose the appeal unless the judge doesn't like the police.

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