2 & 3 - The defense I am refering to is everything you said ... there is nothing you said that will help you.KenJenk wrote: ↑Apr 4th, 2018 10:50 pm1. Ok. Thanks.
2. Not sure what defense you're referring to. I'll await disclosure to see if I want to meet a prosecutor pre-trial for resolution options.
3. Not sure what defense you're referring to, but I'll wait to post disclosure here for opinions before seeking out paralegal help. Thanks.
4. But how does the officer prove the number on the gun was logged from pointing at my vehicle?
5. Ok. Wasn't sure if there was an angle here regarding the officer knowing whether or not the officer using the gun ensured he calibrated it prior to use.
7. Ok. Good - nothing to lose.
8. Ok. Thanks. This is the approach I was originally planning to take and still seems to be the one that makes the most sense. Hopefully, there's something with disclosure worth pursuing.
Yes, not worried at all about demerit points and likely not an insurance issue (to be confirmed) with getting a single speeding ticket in 5 years, but I really have nothing to lose by taking this to trial.
Thanks for your feedback!
4 - They do not have to prove that. They just have to say that they your vehicle apparently speeding and that when they turned on radar it said 77. The only proof they need is their word.
5 - When you receive disclosure, the officers notes should say that they tested it sometime before your ticket and sometime after your ticket and that it passed both tests. If their notes do not say this, then you may have an angle to use.
I am not a lawyer and I am not a paralegal and I do not give legal advice.
All statements made are my opinion only.