Need help to decode police note and diretion

bend
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Re: Need help to decode police note and diretion

Unread post by bend on

Red G5
I e/b (near/strike through?) between
Day/Clarabelle
White sedan w/b
(>?) 90, then
? over slight
(grade?) est.
well above 130
RADAR
Read 157 -
flies past
unbelievably fast
stop past
day -
Late for work
Clean record
otherwise
stunt >50
and
157/80


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Unread post by jsherk on

Okay so even if there is a mention of this other vehicle you do not really know how officer will testify about it.

You have a great question... How can officer identify the vehicles when there are just headlights?

Also how can officer estimate speed in the dark?

And if it was radar, it can not identify a specific vehicle as to which one would have been speeding if there were two in the beam.

But again, without experience in court, you will most likely lose.
+++ This is not legal advice, only my opinion +++


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Unread post by ynotp on

I don't know that I would touch this one if I had Johnny Cochran reincarnate on my defense team.


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Unread post by screeech on

The officer will say that your car was passing the other vehicle (white sedan?), as well, the radar would have shown your reading, not the slower vehicles. Between the officer's visual observation and the radar reading, things look really good for the prosecution.


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Unread post by mk5tdi on

Did OP go for trial? Wonder what was the outcome.


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Unread post by AnD on

Hi everyone, thanks for all your help. I took your advise and plea. The point may go down but the price may go up. Just waiting to be informed.


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Unread post by UnluckyDuck on

I'm a bit confused here. The points may go down but the price may go up? These fines are set, and so are the points. Did you get an adjournment, did they amend the charge up to stunt?






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