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I am sorry for this dilemma.
I agree that the cop was unprofessional. But generally that is not enough, in and of itself, to cause the ticket to be dismissed.
The standard that is used used to allow a cop to pull someone over is referred to as "probable cause"
This simply means that there is some evidence that COULD allow a reasonable person to believe an infraction had occurred.
It is a very low standard...if there is video evidence of your car drifting out of the lane? That will constitute probable cause.
So focusing on "lack of probable case", frankly, may not be the best way to proceed.
Perhaps better to focus on the cops unprofessional attitude...frankly, I would bet the judge is more likely to cut you a break over that then an argument that there was no legal right to pull you over (since, what you are describing, there was probable cause)
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