My question involves a traffic ticket from the state of: Michigan
May son was recently in an accident on the way home from school. It was reported by passengers that he was going "55-60" on a dirt road where the speed limit is 55. The violation cited was "too fast for conditions". It was light out and dry conditions. Are there grounds to fight this?
He was also ticketed for having too many passengers with him while on his GDL. However the SOS GDL restrictions state that it is limited to one passenger under 21 unless it is to and from school or a school-sanctioned activity. He was on his way home from school.
While we want our son to learn his lesson, and will make sure he does, do we have grounds to argue against these citations to avoid a higher increase in insurance?