My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: Texas
My husband was given a ticket for not stopping at a stop sign in a small town in Texas on his way to work. He has complained that the stop sign is too far back from the intersection to view the traffic, so he has to pull forward to see traffic. He comes to a complete stop at the corner though. The cop stated that he stopped two car lengths from the stop sign. So my question is, what is the legal distance from an intersection that a stop sign has to stay with in. And where do I find this information?
We would like to argue this ticket because he feels that stopping at the stop sign endangers drivers because at that view point you can not see the traffic.