I am a Truck driver, found myself in traffic and a police officer pick me out of the traffic, to give me a ticket. There were cars passing me at the time of the ticket, officer said to tell you the truth all were speeding. I picked you.
They are allowed to pick only one speeder in a group of speeders, unfortunately. You should contact an attorney who practices in that court. It is usually pretty inexpensive to get the charge amended to a no-point, non-moving violation.
You can do an internet search for attorneys in the area who handle tickets like this, or you can look in the yellow pages, or right here on this forum using the find a lawyer tab above.
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At the top of the page is a tab to Find a Lawyer. There are a lot of lawyers in the Columbus area who practice traffic and criminal defense. You should not have any trouble finding someone to handle your ticket.
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