Re: California LIDAR Help Needed
You'll have to make a discovery request.
Once every three years... And yet that specific requirement only applies to prosecution of prima facie speed limit violations, and this is not one. Generally though, the courts seems to follow the 3 year rule as a basis, all while the CHP makes it a policy to calibrate more often than that (anywhere between 3 months to 6 months). So you're not likely to find a unit that does not meet the legal 3 year requirement. But, you're free to try.
Speed trap arguments do not work for citations that are issued in violation of VC 22349(a) when Lidar was used to measure the speed.
You seem to be pretty enthusiastic about fighting it, and far be it for me to suggest that you shouldn't. What I will say is that this will not be an easy one to win on merit.
I am right 97% of the time... Who cares about the other 4%!