My question involves a speeding ticket from the State of: Washington
This is regarding the following thread to which I really need a follow-up answer:
I was given a ticket with the wrong date marked on it by the officer. Per advice on this site, I filed as Contested and requested the Discovery. (I have copies of the original, uncorrected ticket. But the officer corrected BOTH instances of the date on his copy of the ticket, before filing it.)
Do I have any chance of beating this ticket? If not, am I screwed because I filed as contested? I could have asked for a deferral and am sad that I might not get a deferral since I filed as contested. My court date is June 17. Is there any advantage left of going in person? If there's no hope for it, I'd rather write a letter instead of wasting my time in court.