My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of:
I have a few questions for the expert legal advisers here. I was stopped and cited today for 38 mph in a 25, I was coming from an intersection with a 4 way stop in a residential zone. Most major streets are 35mph speed limit, this one apparently was 25mph. I returned to the location of the citation to verify the posted limit and noticed that the sign was impaired with stickers making it difficult to read from a distance. There's a white sticker over the speed limit part, and a white sticker at the base of the 2 on the 25 part. see photo-
Do you think this is enough ground to request a dismissal of NRS 484B.600
NRS 484B.600 Basic rule; additional penalties for violation committed in work zone or if driver is proximate cause of collision with pedestrian or person riding bicycle.
1. It is unlawful for any person to drive or operate a vehicle of any kind or character at:
(a) A rate of speed greater than is reasonable or proper, having due regard for the traffic, surface and width of the highway, the weather and other highway conditions.
(b) Such a rate of speed as to endanger the life, limb or property of any person.
(c) A rate of speed greater than that posted by a public authority for the particular portion of highway being traversed.
(d) In any event, a rate of speed greater than 75 miles per hour.
The second violation, 482.385 Resident Operating Vehicle without Nevada vehicle registration
A little back story, I bought a house in Nevada, coming from my primary residence in California. I have obtained a NV DL. I work and spend the majority of my time in California. My vehicle, (a commercial pickup truck) carries current Valid California registration, because of CVC4000.4 and CVC6702). I was cited today in Nevada close to my Nevada residence in this CA registered Commercial pickup truck. The LEO asked me if my NV ID had my correct address, I replied yes.
Do I have a chance and fighting this considering CA VC requires CA registration on this vehicle?