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I have a court date (hearing) tomorrow morning at 0830 (HST)

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I have a court date (hearing) tomorrow morning at 0830 (HST) regarding a speeding ticket I was issued 3/12/16. I was issued a traffic infraction (HRS291C-102(a)(1)) for speeding 24mph over the speed limit. I was cited driving at 69mph in a posted speed limit zone of 45mph on the Kuihelani Hwy.
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Customer: No I have not, but I do have 1 question...
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Customer: Prior to arriving at the MPD officer's speed-trap (lidar radar), on the Hwy) I was behind a car traveling between 15 and 20 mph. I had car driving up to me, passing me and honking as they passed. When i had the opportunity to pass the car in front of me, I did. As I accelerated around the car, I came upon the MPD officer, who eventually pulled me over for speeding. I apologized to the officer, asked if he could let me go without issuing me a ticket and then signed for the ticket he issued me. Can this ticket be dismissed, by a judge, due to mitigating cicumstances?
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Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Jo C. replied 5 months ago.
Sorry for the delay. What would you like to know about this please?

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