My question involves a speeding ticket from the State of: Pennsylvania.
Ok here goes, I was pulled over the other night and the officer "claims" I was doing 49 in a 25, which is quite impossible seeing as how the white line starts literally 80-90 feet after the light I took a left turn at (from a dead stop it was red) getting my little 4 cyl car (1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS) to that speed over that period of distance would have required me to literally have the pedal to the floor and even then its not likely. I was however doing around 31-32 mph (it was floating) most of the road's in my town are 35 mph and the area where I was clocked with the Robic Stopwatch and pulled over had NO speed limit signs ANYWHERE in sight, I had to drive 1/2 a mile down the road to find one I seriously thought it was 35 as I'd never been in that area of town.
Now that is one factor I was wondering about, seeing as how there is NO speed limit sign ANYWHERE around the area where he was trapping can I fight that? And my 2nd question is in PA what information is required on the ticket? All he put on it was he checked "exceeding maximum speed limit" of 49 in a 25. Also it doesn't give me the distance, and time measurements ANYWHERE on the ticket, is that required? Can I get the ticket dismissed for him not providing that information? Any info would be greatly appreciated. If it can't get dismissed hopefully I can get a PA-3111A and get it reduced to no points. Please help!!! lol oh and also I measured the distance between white lines myself and it was 100 feet, how accurate is Robic at 100 feet? On a side note this is a NEW Police Department, they just formed less than 3 months ago so they are infamous in this area for "trying to make a name for themselves and make their presence known"