Officers have NO say in what the prosecutor can/should do. Once the officer writes the ticket, their only job is to show up and testify at court if you contest it.CaptainCrash wrote: ↑Mar 18th, 2017 10:34 amReceived a failure to stop at a stop sign. I'm not gonna give some sob story. I did it. Rolled through and really never did stop. (He said he's recommending it in his notes...For what that's worth)
Officer told me I had a perfect record for a long time and if I select option 2 they will offer me no points and my insurance company won't care.
Called a ticket place and they advised they can look for errors but they really have no defense.
Is there anything I'm missing or should I just suck it up and take the deal I'm offered in option 2.
If I choose to take it to a trial any advise on how to look good in front of the judge? Does it even matter?
This ticket is impossible to beat unless (1) you have another witness besides yourself that can testify that you actually did stop completely, or (2) the officer does not show up to court for the trial.
Otherwise if you are offered a better deal by prosecutor probably should take it.
+++ This is not legal advice, just my opinion! +++