My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of Arizona in the Tempe area. I was driving southbound down a small neighborhood road that had a light at the end. The light had turned yellow then red before I could reach it so I stayed in the left turn lane to turn East and stopped. My friend in the car suggested since the light took extremely long so I should just make a right turn and then proceed to U-turn so I could go East. I pulled forward to look for traffic, made the right turn and got pulled over. This is my first time ever getting pulled over and the officer that pulled me over decided to give me a ticket for failing to stop for a red light and an improper right turn. Now, the officer was going West bound on the road I was turning onto. The only problem is that there are hedges to the left in the way impairing vision of whoever is stopped at that light. From that I believe the officer had no way of seeing me at that light. My problem is that I did stop at the red light yet the officer gave me a ticket for it without complete vision and knowledge of my stop. Also, I do not know if the improper right turn can be completely justified by the officer because like I said she did not have complete vision of my vehicle. My question is should I fight the ticket or should I just attend traffic school. Keep in mind that I do have a witness being my friend in the car. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.