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The officer is not the trier of fact, so they are not required to consider evidence. If they believe they have witnessed a driving infraction, they can write a ticket for that infraction. You can challenge the ticket by going to court and presenting your evidence to the judge. That would be your recourse here. There is no way to go after the officer or somehow get the ticket preliminarily dismissed because the officer refused to consider exculpatory evidence.
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Yes exactly. You could make it appear through your cross examination that the officer did not care about the actual evidence and disregarded the evidence by issuing the ticket.
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