I'd be careful with this. There is a huge difference between fraud and a misunderstanding on your part of what actually occurred. I can't tell from our summary, but the fact that your copy and the officer's copy are different does not require fraud. In fact, it happens in some cases.
For anything but a speeding ticket the difference is irrelevant: the state has to prove up the complaint, not the ticket. But since you got a speeding ticket then Section 543.010 means your copy has to match the complaint.
Many times the officer will make notes on his copy that don't appear on yours; this is not fraud.
If you still think fraud is in play then consult a civil lawyer within 2 years. Not sure what your harm is, but a civil lawyer can tell you more.Ask a similar question