Introducing evidence to court, researching the law

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I'm just curious, where was the alleged offence, and what type of speed measuring device was used. Some of the disclosure doesn't make sense for an officer written ticket.


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emmeyekayeee wrote:
Mon Sep 03, 2018 8:03 pm
I got the operator manual, technical manual, tuning forks certificate, roadside enclosure manual, the photo before and after, technical acceptance certificate, the police training PowerPoint presentation, typewritten police officer's notes, ticket producing procedure.
The expert teleconference, leave to have officers testify, judicial notice of radar resource book are going to be decided at trial.
I was denied my Section 8 motion.
That's great! What kind of Disclosure Request form did you use!? Do you have a copy?


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I used the one I found on here. It was helpful, but what helped the most was having my Notice of Constitutional Question turned into a Charter Challenge by the judge. So then I introduced all my challenges that I obtained from here.


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Decatur wrote:
Mon Sep 03, 2018 9:06 pm
I'm just curious, where was the alleged offence, and what type of speed measuring device was used. Some of the disclosure doesn't make sense for an officer written ticket.
It was for more than one allegation.






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