I just recently got a speeding ticket in New Hampshire for doing 85 in a 65. The officers conduct struck me as rather odd and I was wondering if I have any grounds to fight the ticket, mainly because he he said he clocked me at 87 but from what i remeber i was doing no more then maybe 80. I had previously been behind a car, going around 74-75 mph, that kept speeding up and slowing down so i sped up to 80 to get around them. I came around the corner and there was a cop, he flased his blues and i pulled over and what not. The cop came up to my window and just stood there not saying a word to me. So i got out my licenses and registration and handed it to him. He started to walk back to the car, having not said a single word to me, but then stopped came back and said i clocked you at 87, was there any reason for the speeding? Which I answered by saying, 87? I don't remember going that fast, i know i was doing maybe 80. He said ok and just walked back to his car. A few minutes later he came back with the ticket and told me he gave me the ticket for 85 to save me some money, that it had to be payed within 30 days, and all other instructions where included. He then went back to his car and drove off before i even had a chance to get my car out of park. He didn't put back on his blues or anything as if he was responding to another call, he just slowly took off back onto the highway. But from what i remember being taught (i've done a few criminal justice courses and done a couple ride alongs with the chief of laconia) is that the cop must remain at the scene until you have safely gotten back on to the road. The other thing was on the ticket he didn't give me his badge number of name like they other officers did on my two other tickets.