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Old 10-14-2015, 07:38 AM
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Even if the officer did not have a rear directional radar, you can still be stopped for speeding. Its called pacing and the method was used, very successfully, for many years before the implementation of radar. Unless instructed to by a law enforcement official, it is illegal to exceed the posted speed limit for any reason. Passing a slower moving vehicle is not cause to violate the posted speed limit. Oh and as it's already been said....change your name, it should read guilty speeder.
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Old 10-14-2015, 06:11 PM
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Speeder trying to fight a ticket..STOP SPEEDING

The end...enjoy your fines
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Old 10-14-2015, 06:34 PM
Location: San Quilmas, Tx
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Originally Posted by notguiltyspeeder View Post
I have plans to fight this speeding ticket i got the other day going east on the 10 just before the junction to 35 north. I was going around 80 to pass up a slow truck, I came to legal speed unknowingly to the right of a cop. my first question id how did he radar me while i was behind him? is that enough evidence to fight it if i get the dash cam video showing me never come in front of him? also, he wrote my wrong height on the violator, anybody have experience with getting it dismissed on that alone? any info on fighting tickets in San Antonio would help, thanks much.
Check your ticket and see if they didn't throw "speeding through a Work Zone" in there. It's SAPD way to double your ticket fine. They tried that one on me but I caught it. Ticket dismissed.
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