My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: Wisconsin
Police pulled me over and said that I was going 45 mph on the the speed zone of 35 mph.
I was coming from a speed zone of 45 mph and I was slowing down to 35 mph when I saw the sign but it appears I wasn't "fast enough" to slow down before I got pulled over. I don't believe I was going 45 mph when slowing down but he stuck to it to give me a ticket. I feel like it's a unfair call since I was slowing down coming from a 45 mph zone but I wasn't given enough time to slow down completely accordingly to the road speed limit safely.
Is there any way I can fight that? I don't want to get bash so please just give a straight forward answer with or without options. If I fight it, what information can I use for my defense. Can I asked the court to see the police's paperwork and equipment use? If so, what would be the best way to ask and use it to my advantage? Everything should be recorded to the exact details of what happen right? if not then what?
Another question is if I can't dismiss it, can I lower it to any sort? I'm a poor college student that's just trying to save money. I'm new at this so I would love all the information I can get for future references. Thank you all.