Re: Speeding in School Zone W/Obstructed Sign in Seattle, Wasington
Other that to say that pictures showing that the sign is obstructed should be sufficient enough to get a dismissal, I'm going to leave the other questions for someone who's more familiar with Washington State laws but I have a point to make about the following:
So you were driving along, you got to the obstructed sign which was flashing at the time (or are the flashing lights also obstructed by the trees?), and from a distance of 10 feet or so, you were able to see that it says "20mph when flashing" and yet you continued to drive at a speed of 35mph instead of making an attempt to slow down?
I am right 97% of the time... Who cares about the other 4%!