DearCustomer- If the officer cannot positively state that it was your vehicle he was clocking with the laser then I believe you have a great chance of winning at trial. You have a right to the police report through the discovery process and if there is something in writing that says he couldn't be certain it was your vehicle then the state cannot prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
You should not take the witness stand at all since the prosecutor might be able to get you to say something which will be against your interests. You can elicit the testimony from the officer by using the police report on cross examination. Obviously if he wrote on the report he wasn't certain it was you that was speeding you win the case.
If this was just a statement he made to you he will probably deny this and it will be your word against his. I assume you can guess who the judge will believe!
If you plead no contest you will probably be found guilty unless the report specifically states he didn't know if it was you. I would plead not guilty and make sure what the report contains. You cannot request discovery until after you enter the plea.
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