I don't get speeding tickets often, but when I do I tend to go to court and try and fight it. Thus far, I've lost every time but I learned something extremely valuable on my last attempt. I wrote down a strategy to attempt to break apart the evidence the officer had against me. Simple questions such as "When was the last time the radar was tuned? When were you last certified?" and etc. It turns out these questions were irrelevant because in Oregon, officers are NOT required to prove their competency in regards to such things. The Judge cited case law in this regard. With that said, is picking at the evidence even a viable strategy?