If you have the time, you should ask for a hearing and appear in court. The judge will mostly reduce the speed down to a non point violation.Ask a similar question
Its not really a legal question you ask, its a personal decision you gave to make. Whether its worth it or not depends on how much you are willing to spend to have no points (taking into account the probability of 'winning').
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You should request a hearing on the ticket. If the officer does not show, upon motion, the ticket can be dismissed. If the officer does show for the hearing an experienced Pennsylvania traffic ticket attorney can likely negotiate a plea down to a reduced violation. If the officer or you are not willing to plea, an experienced traffic ticket lawyer may have reason to fight the ticket on a variety of issues, but your lawyer will need to review the ticket and discuss facts and circumstances of the stop with you.
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