I got a ticket last November here in Washington State and have been looking for information on fighting it. 50 in a 40. First of all I believe he got the wrong vehicle and that I was not speeding, or at least not 10mph over. Maybe 1 or 2. I asked for discovery and all I got was a copy of my ticket and a blank page for the officers notes. No information at all. Is that good or bad? I've thought maybe I could fight it on the fact that he wrote the color of my vehicle as "Sil" which I take as silver or gray, but my vehicle is Tan. At the time there was another vehicle in traffic that was gray. Could this a possible angle to fight it? I've also read online to look into finding out if the Speed Measuring Device (SMD) was currently calibrated, but I keep running into dead ends on that. No one seems to be able to answer my questiosn on how I find out which SMD was used, Radar or Lasar. Then if I get that how do I find the ID of the specific unit that was used by the ticketing officer. I've been to the courthouse and I looked at the calibration records, but there was no way to tell which unit was used. Should it be on my ticket? I appreciate any input that is out there. Thanks.