Re: Moving Radar from in Front in Washington
Actually, it says that when he FIRST observed your car you were passing. At that time he "visually estimated" your speed. Subsequently, he activated his radar. At THAT time you were NOT passing another vehicle.
He says, "before and after my shift". That's pretty definitive.
No, but you can find that when you go to court to inspect the radar certification (something I highly recommend doing).
Not really relevant.
Nope. It only has a "maximum" distance (usually around a mile).
Personally, I don't see much here. Perhaps you'll have more luck with the radar cert. Otherwise, as you pointed out, a deferral is looking more and more probable.
Where am I going? And why am I in this handbasket?