Re: Not Correctable 14600 (A) and 22350 (Basic Speeding)
If you're telling the truth about changing your address online when you moved, which is a date prior to the citation date, then your were cited incorrectly for 14600(a) vc. You notified the department of the address change so you are good. What you are in violation of is 14600(b) vc, but you weren't cited for that.
What you didn't have is that little brown card given out at the DMV (I forget the form number) that you had write your address on. You are supposed to hand that, with your license with the wrong address on it to the officer.
(a) Whenever any person after applying for or receiving a driver’s license moves to a new residence, or acquires a new mailing address different from the address shown in the application or in the license as issued, he or she shall within 10 days thereafter notify the department of both the old and new address. The department may issue a document to accompany the driver’s license reflecting the new address of the holder of the license.
(b) When, pursuant to subdivision (b) of Section 12951, a driver presents his or her driver’s license to a peace officer, he or she shall, if applicable, also present the document issued pursuant to subdivision (a) if the driver’s license does not reflect the driver’s current residence or mailing address.
Best thing I can think for you to do is go to the DMV and ask for a printout of your license. Ask the clerk to hi-lite the effective address change date. Go to court and let the officer testify to 14600(a) vc. When it's your turn ask the officer these questions.
"Did you run my license during the stop?"
"Did you notice my address was different than my license that I handed you?"
"And you cited me for 14600(a) vc for not having my physical license updated?"
"Did you happen to notice the DMV address change transaction date on xx/xx/xxxx?"
"Officer, what does 14600(a) vc state someone must do when they move?"
You have him at that point. You already notified the department (DMV) of your address change and you satisfied 14600(a) vc.
Ask him about the speed next, since it's better to show ignorance of something first, then dive into your speed issue.
When it's your turn to address the judge ask the judge to drop your 14600(a) vc in it's entirety because it was improperly issued and ask for all fees associated with it to be dismissed.
(Now if your address change with the DMV ONLY included your updating the address for your vehicle and NOT your license (they are separate transactions), then forget everything I said.)
I'm a cop. My opinion does not reflect the views or opinion of my agency. That being said, "Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience."