Re: Speeding LIDAR
If there's one thing the Nancy Grace types on this forum really hate...it's questioning the papal infallibility of LIDAR. Not applicable with any other speed measurement. The "distance" is not addressed in 49 states. Sort of like having a microwave, but not using the timer. Just put it in however long. It's irrelevant. Ask in court if there's a "recommended distance" taught during training (it will be below that number). Don't be surprised if the prosecutor starts chanting and tries to shut you up. If it's a judge who actually knows about LIDAR, they'll listen. Some judges won't. It's luck of the draw.
New Jersey does have a LIDAR distance threshold of 1000ft (anything beyond that requires expert testimony which is not economically feasible for the state). There's a reason for it.
Don't argue with "That Guy". Anything he says not trying to start an argument with you is a deviation from his baseline.