i'm sure you get this types of questions all the time, and i'm sure they get to be quite monotonous to answer, so appreciate any and all help you can give me.
My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: Virginia
okay, so i was pulled over exiting a neighborhood earlier today for "failing to yield at stop sign"
a couple questions regarding possible contention of this. firstly, the fact that i did stop, but then inched forward to see past the trees and to get a better line of vision (it was snowing outside). This i can obviously contest, but is there any real way i can argue this? essentially there is no evidence to the contrary; it is my word against his.
secondly, i understand that the difference between the idea of "yield" and "stop" is that you are yeilding to traffic when you are stopping at a stop sign. now, assuming there isn't any traffic to yield to, is there actually a problem when i did, in fact, stop? and again, is there any way my word will stand up against his?