The officer's opinion alone is enough to convict you. Your best bet is to retain an attorney who can explore defenses and attempt to compromise the citation. Good luckAsk a similar question
Radar is not the only way for an officer to prove that you were exceeding the posted speed limit. In addition to the obvious fines and costs, a conviction can result in points against your license. Speak to an experienced criminal defense attorney who can evaluate all of the relevant factors involved and determine if you have a viable defense to the charges. Good luck!Ask a similar question
I agree.The Courts will allow anyone to testify as to an estimate of speed.An attorney in your area might know the reputation of the officer in question for the accuracy of his estimates and would be able to advise you as to whether to try try the case or work out a compromise plea.
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Radar is not the only way to clock speed. There are other speed timing devices. Other than that the information provided by Mr. Keller and others is correct.
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