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A plea of not guilty means you have a trial
. That requires the state to put up its evidence first. You can also cross-examine the state's witnesses (probably the cop) on any relevant points you want to make. You then have the opportunity after the state presents its case to put on your own evidence, including your own testimony.
If the judge believes beyond a reasonable doubt that you're guilty, you'll be convicted and the judge will ascertain punishment. If you're found not guilty, that's it. The case is over.
Pleading no contest skips the trial and goes straight to punishment. You don't get to challenge the state's evidence.
If you wish to fill out the paper, the judge will rule on your statements and decide whether you're guilty or not guilty without you present. You should plead not guilty if you want to challenge the state's evidence in this way.
You could also go to court and ask the judge to fashion a remedy for you. This is frequently what people do when they have a simple traffic offense like speeding, window tint issues, etc.
For example, you could plead no contest to the speeding charge. If you have a good driving record, perhaps the judge will let you go to driving school in exchange for dismissing the speeding ticket.
For the other charges, you could also plead no contest. Have proof showing that you got the window tint issue fixed before court, and explain that you were not required to have a registration since it's a dealer car. Have proof of your dealership status with you in court. You can say that the bright lights were just an oversight on your part and you will be more careful in the future.
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