Re: LIDAR Ticket King County, Washington
Judge Green will accept this argument and dismiss. As per the prosecutor, I'd go ahead and let him know that you're making a motion to suppress the radar readings as the officer has not testified to the results of the accuracy checks. He normally agrees and won't object to that argument.
Before Judge Nathaniel Green you have a strong case. Treat both the prosecutor and him with respect and you're golden.
State cases in Issaquah are pretty funky. The prosecutor will let you bounce motions off him to see if he'll object. He'll pretty much be your judgment of how strong your case is.
As for Lasalata? ANY case is a strong case before Lasalata! Hahaha.
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