officer transcript says I was going 85,85,85km... an angle?

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officer transcript says I was going 85,85,85km... an angle?

by: HTA_battle on
Tue Jun 06, 2017 5:23 pm

Hi I have court tomorrow so any advice is much appreciated.

Transcript from officer states that he tracked my vehicle with a confirmed speed of 85,85,85km... do you guys think I have an angle here or does this amount to nothing (a typo)?

Here is the transcript.

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Thanks for any input.




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by: Zatota on
Tue Jun 06, 2017 9:24 pm

Is it sufficient for the officer to say he tested the device before and after the stop? Is he not required to show his log book entries or anything similar that would show the times of such tests (to confirm they were, indeed, before and after the stop)?


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by: Nanuk on
Tue Jun 06, 2017 9:28 pm

Missing radar test times "before and after " is good but very vague ..tested before and after the stop ? .. 2 days before and 2 days after ? Could always try that angle that's really about it the notes seem to be well done aside from that. Are there any other copies of notebook entries for test times ?


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by: HTA_battle on
Wed Jun 07, 2017 10:47 pm

yeah no angles I guess I took the deal in the end. 75 in a 60 no demerit points. in my city even if I had an angle I wouldn't get far so whatever. I actually think I got a little lucky this time because I think his gun was inaccurate in my favor or he cut me a break (respect to him if that's the case).




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