I was pulled over going 92 in a 65 but I got cited for 75, what will the judge go off of? The actual speed or the cited speed?
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A lawyer can definitely go to court for you. For cases like this that we handle, we normally see the violation amended to a non-moving violation so it won't affect your driving record and the fine may be reduced as well. For a free consultation, you are welcome to call our office.
In this case, the "CRT RQT," I am guessing is in the box where an officer normally writes the bail amount, meaning that you will need to contact the court to find out what the bail amount is for that violation. (Likely either $148 or $198 depending on the court.)
The answer to the first part of your question will depend on when your case is resolved. If you simply pay the fine and take the moving violation on your driving record, the judge will not look at the ticket at all. If you decide to take the case all the way to trial, the prosecutor could amend the charge to speeding 21-30 over and you could end up paying a much higher fine if convicted with 3 points on your record instead of one. What happens in between those two examples will vary greatly depending primarily on who the judge is.