I was pulled over supposedly doing 69 in a 55. I seen the cop coming in the the other direction and slowed down. I'm not denyng that I was speeding, but I don't believe I was at the mph he stated. If he was running radar, wouldn't he have caught me before I slowed down. Again, he's heading towards me in the opposite direction, at dark and on a 4 lane highway. He didn't slow down or even turn on his lights until he had already been passed me a ways. I noticed him turning around and began to pull over immediately. He approached my vehicle, asked me where I was headed. I had my wallet already out and he stated he was going to check my license. He didn't ask for vehicle registration or proof of insurance...nothing else. Before he walked away, he asked what year my car was. After a few minutes, he came back with the ticket and I signed it. Something didn't feel right because I knew I wasn't going 69. I called the # on the back of the ticket to find out what it would cost me. The lady I spoke with told me the information I asked. I asked her if 2 individuals that I knew where working. One no longer was assigned there and the other was off duty. When I returned home, i called again adn asked if she could tell me whether or not my plates were ran. She stated the system holds that information until cleared and put me on hold. When she got back ont he phone, she told me she could not tell me that information. I asked her the rank of the state trooper (who cited me with a county ticket) and how long he had been there. She said he was a trooper and she didn't know anything else. I told her I felt the ticket was unnecessary. The trooper had my driver's license, but wrote down my age wrong. He wrote down the engine model of my car rather that the actual model of the car. Experience and attention to detail obviously not important, especially if he ran my plates...he would've had the right information on the make/modle of my car. I'm not doubting his credibility...just his integrity. Any advise to offer. Again, I acknowledged that I was speeding, but not that fast.