Traffic ticket with questionable statute listed as violation
Your inquiry is very difficult to interpret, but if you are able to convince a judge that the statute or ordinance you were cited under is unconstitutionally vague or otherwise improper, the infraction must be dismissed.
You have not provided enough information to assess the situation. The statute cited might cover exactly what you are alleged to have done, or it might not. If you want to fight it, contest. If you want to reduce it, mitigate. If you want to just pay it - pay it.
If you do not go to the hearing, you lose by default.
The only way to argue about the legality of a law is to show up in court to present the argument to the judge.
You can review the specific facts with your attorney to see whether the attorney agrees with you that the statute is "questionable".
Many traffic ticket attorneys in the Seattle area charge between $200-400 for simple cases.
You can make a list of the costs to you to contest the ticket versus the costs of just paying the ticket and then decide what you want to do.
The Infraction Rules for Courts of Limited Jurisdiction require a notice of infraction to have an accompanying statutory citation or ordinance number. If the statute listed on your ticket is questionable then it could be in violation of the rule.
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