From a purely legal standpoint, you have no issues here. However....
You might consider setting the citation for a hearing. Your first hope would be that the officer does not show up. If he fails to appear in court to provide testimony to substantiate the charge, it would be dismissed with no penalties.
Another option would be to speak with the citing officer. Assuming you have little to no previous record and proof of insurance from shortly before the incident and shortly after the incident, the officer may very well agree to dismissing the citation.
Please let me know if anything requires clarification.
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