As I said in my previous Answers, the State has the burden of proving your guilt beyond a reasonable doubt and if they do not, the Judge must dismiss the traffic citation.
If the police officer takes the stand and starts to testify as to anything about your driving, simply stand up and say, "Objection, your Honor".
After the police officer finishes testifying and no witness is called, stand up to address the Judge and say, "Your Honor, I respectfully XXXXX XXXXX motion that the traffic citation be dismissed because the State has failed to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt".
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