My question involves a speeding ticket from the State of: New Hampshire
I recently was given a ticket for 61 in a 45. The area is normally a 55 highway but is a construction zone right now.
I am 100% positive I was not going this fast, in fact I know I was going 55. There are a few things that irked me about this ticket that caused me to challenge it:
1) As I said earlier, I know I was going 55 (I was looking at my speed-o when I saw the cruiser)
2) The officer acknowledged that I was going 58, but wrote down 61.
3) In the State of NH, for construction zone fines to be placed as far as I know the construction workers must be present. There were none, but the officer still gave me a $300 fine, when normally it would have been $100, or less.
As I said, I'm challenging the ticket. I'm looking for any advice on what to do in preparation for or say during the hearing.
Additionally, I recently heard of ticket deferment. I previously had no idea of this even existing. I tried looking, but couldn't find anything online about ticker deferment in NH. Would anyone be able to tell me if it's possible, and if so how about I go trying to defer the ticket, if I've already sent in the pink slip with "Not Guilty, I want a trial" checked?