As cdwjava mentioned, sufficient errors can be used to question the officer's credibility as a witnes (thoroughness, accuracy, attention to detail) but the errors have to be pretty egregious and numerous for you to succeed. There have been situations where a driver will point out a minor clerical error in court, thinking it will be a slam dunk in getting his ticket dismissed, only to have the judge turn to the officer and ask if he would like to seek the court's permission to amend the citation on the spot to reflect the correct information. The officer will say yes, the judge will mark the correction on the court's copy of the citation, advise the driver that his concerns have been addressed and ask him if he has any more issued to be considered.
Realizing thet his Perry Mason moment has been blasted into oblivion, the driver is usually left with nothing else to say, or he just stands there and blusters, again saying nothing meaningful.
I'm not trying to be snarky here, but the simple fact is you're not innocent, you just don't want to be guilty and are treating this like a game - follow certain procedures and you might get out of it. Will your ego really be that crushed and will the world come to an end if you man (or woman) up, take responsibility for what you did and pay the thcket or go to traffic school? Its not the end of the world. .