My question involves a traffic citation from the state of: New Hampshire
I was cited for doing 84 in a 50 MPH zone contrary to RSA 265:60. I was gunned down by a Radar, and since I was 26+ over the limit, I must appear in court.
I noticed that the speed limit was not 50 on the road I was pulled over on, but rather 55 MPH.
So in short, on my ticket says I did 84 in a 50, when in reality I did 84 in a 55.
Is this anything I can use to my own advantage, or does this error not really matter or help me in anyway.