number) should i argue this ticket to a judge?
It depends. Is there a legitimate argument that your car was not involved, other than the error on the license plate?
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Sorry, but if all you have in your defense is a mis-written license plate number, that and $2 will only get you a small coffee at Starbucks. It ain't gonna help you in court. "Factual innocence" of the speeding violation is a good start.
Give a good read to Ohio Supreme Court case of City of Cleveland v. Keah, 157 Ohio St. 331; 105 N.E.2d 402 (1952)
And best of luck to you.
No. I think you asked this before--judges aren't into that type of technicality. Get a copy of the accident report--then you see what the issues are from the cop's side. Get an attorney.
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