Depending on who pulled you over and the associated jurisdiction, it may be possible to have the speeding charge amended to a non-moving, no-points violation. It would be good for you to consult with a traffic attorney and provide the additional details.
It depends on where you go to court what the consequences will be. Some courts will not amend tickets over a certain speed, but other courts will. Contact an attorney asap since you have a CDL.
You need a lawyer. Some judges will make you sit in jail for a weekend at that speed. Amendments to lesser charges are possible . Call someone before your court date.
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Platte county has been tough on those tickets and amendments have been requiring probation at that speed. Get a good traffic lawyer
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That's the speed that sometimes results in a day or two of "shock time". Hopefully not, but I recommend you find a traffic attorney that has handled these types of tickets before in that specific jurisdiction with that specific judge.
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