My question involves a speeding ticket from the State of: New York.
Alright, it's a simple one. I live in Northern New York state, or as a friend of mine put it "Almost Canada", NY. I got pulled over for doing 47 in a 30 zone because I was speeding up for the end of a speed zone and to go uphill in a fully-loaded Prius.
On the traffic tickets I got that day it clearly says I was driving on "Hwy No 3", on "Hwy Type 2", which the back lists as "State". The location in the supporting deposition reads as "Highway (Type/Name) 2 - STATE SR3". The village I was in is dozens of miles from the closest part of NY State Route 3. Even if he was referencing County Route 3 it's miles away from where I was pulled over. This isn't something like the color of the car being wrong (which it is, my mother's prius is silver, not gray), this is placing me in two locations simultaneously, miles apart. Would this get the tickets thrown out of court? Thanks for any help!