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Good morning. I certainly understand the situation and your concern. When you first appear, you can address the errors on the face of the citation
and see if the Judge would dismiss the ticket based upon an error with the way it was written. If not, then the issues you raised regarding the officer not having a speed measuring device and the officer not being able to calculate your speed because of the SUV are all issues for trial, which will need to be testified to by you and what you can question the officer about, when he testifies. What you will want to do is create doubt in regard to the speed that you were traveling. You can do this by questioning the officer on how he measured your speed, his training and experience, his viewpoint when he observed you, the SUV and his ability to testify the actions and location of the other driver and anything else which is relevant. If those things come out, the State may not be able to meet their burden and you will be found not guilty.
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