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A Miami Beach police officer ticketed my properly parked car because "license plate state covered by frame." He cited 08/316.605.1, "unlawful object/decals on license plate." I have a dealership-issued frame. The license plate number and registration decal are entirely and clearly visible from a reasonable distance, as are the state map and a state logo featuring oranges. Because of the plate's design, the letters in MYFLORIDA.COM are partially obscured by the frame, and the phrase SUNSHINE STATE is partially obscured by the frame. It is still very clearly a Florida plate. This seems like a frivolous citation. Would I be right to challenge it in court?