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While driving on the I-10 in California, I was pulled over and issued a ticket because the officer believed that I was driving 85 MPH, 15 miles over the 70 MPH limit (he came to the conclusion that I was driving 85 MPH just by observing me on the road, not with a radar). He then proceeded to issue me a ticket. However, once I got home I saw that the ticket that was issued to me (which I signed at the bottom), said that I violated "22356 (5) VC." Upon checking the DMV's website, I found that there is NO "22356 (5)". The officer probably meant to write '22356 (b).'
The officer clearly wrote "22356 (5)," NOT "22356 (b)." Is the fact that he issued me a violation that doesn't exist, "22356 (5)," enough to get the charge dismissed in a Trial by Declaration?