Are y trying to be a smart ass, or are you really this obtuse? I never said you couldn't reference older threads. I said do no post in/revive older threads. BIG difference!
Apparently, I can teach you a thing or two about PC 1054. Just in case you don't really understand what I'm getting at, let me clarify...
The court has ZERO obligation to comply with your request for discovery. And if you really don't understand THAT part, then you really have no business preparing and serving discovery requests or motions to dismiss... You should consider hiring an attorney instead.
But even then, your chances of getting a dismissal for this citation based on a failure to provide discovery are slim to none.
Incidentally, I'm sure you're aware of PC 1054.5(c), right?
1054.5(c) The court may prohibit the testimony of a witness pursuant to subdivision (b) only if all other sanctions have been exhausted. The court shall not dismiss a charge pursuant to subdivision (b) unless required to do so by the Constitution of the United States.
What other sanctions? From 1054.5(b):
... immediate disclosure, contempt proceedings, delaying or prohibiting the testimony of a witness or the presentation of real evidence, continuance of the matter, or any other lawful order.
In this case, this dilemma will end right at that first step... When the court orders the officer to provide you with copies of items your requested, in your case, copies of his notes, assuming he even has any! Officer will comply, and your trial will restart 5 or 10 minutes later.
So there, no other sanctions need to be tried, no violation of the constitution can be articulated, no dismissal of the citation is warranted.
I've already answered your question... You no longer need discovery, instead, you can request a copy of the officer's declaration... But that does not fit within your plan. As such, your motion to dismiss will be denied!and your plan will fail. Miserably!
And to answer my own question, you were probably cited for a maximum speed citation, probably a 22349(a) or similar. And you clearly have no other defense, so you're hanging your hat on a dismissal for failure to provide discovery. Just a wild guess...