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    Default Speed Measurement For A Ticket in Pennsylvania

    I received a speeding ticket on the Pennsylvania Turnpike around the 216 mile post. The officer cited 2 of us at the same time. He said the driver of the first vehicle was traveling at 84 MPH and he said he got me at 84 MPH. I was wondering how he could get us both with radar, and also do I have a chance to win in court? Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Speeding Ticket in Pennsylvania

    He could have pointed the radar at your car and obtained a reading. He also could have observed that you were going the same speed as the car you were following.

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