Call the officer at work. Its almost a litmus test for jerk drivers. Go to court and duke it out. Ive gotten about thirty speeding tickets. That sworn statement is
Call the officer at work. Its almost a litmus test for jerk drivers. Go to court and duke it out. Ive gotten about thirty speeding tickets. That sworn statement is called an affidavit, and most tickets say that at the top. Also, find out who the prosecuting attorney will be and call him at his office. First and foremost, it is sickening to see how many people truly believe the most. The farther you are out of the officers memory, the better. The most important thing to consider is the fact that you don't want to waive your rights. Follow all court guidelines. You might ask, When was the last time your radar gun was calibrated? If all else has failed, you should then go to your trial. Even if you met with the officer, it cant hurt to write him a letter pleading your case to him. The secret on how to beat. Rarely would it be financially wise to appeal a traffic decision, but that is up to you. Do not ask these in an argumentative tone or sarcastic, know-it-all way. Show up to your first court date and plead anything but guilty.