My question involves a careless driving ticket from the State of: TN
I came upon an accident at which there were 3 patrol cars and two fire engines. I was stopped on a 4 lane highway right about 50 yards from the accident. A fireman waved me to proceed which I did very slowly. After traveling about 20 yards I saw an officer in the middle of the 4 lane who was not looking my direction. I decided that he wasn't aware that the traffic had been waved through by the other fireman and quickly stopped. I was at least 30-40 feet from the officer. I was on my cell phone at the time but I was paying close attention. Another officer who was on the other side of the highway came running across screaming at me to pull off the road. He proceeded to yell at me saying that I almost hit the officer. I didn't. I was paying close attention. It was through paying attention that I realized that the officer didn't know that the fireman had let the traffic through. Still the other officer gave me a ticket for Due Care and gave me 2 citations. He was very angry so I was contrite and didn't say anything to him other than I was sorry. I think that his adrenaline was up. I have NEVER had a ticket in my life OR been involved in an at fault accident and I am 54 years old. Should I fight this in court. I think it is very unfair that he gave me 2 moving violations. The only thing marked on the citation is "Other 1" Then the officer wrote in TCA 55-8-136 Due Care.
Do I have a chance of fighting this in court?