My question involves a speeding ticket from the State of Georgia. My teenage daughter stayed about 30 minutes late at school and by the time she was leaving it didn't feel like 'school zone' time anymore - no students/cars leaving the school parking lots. She could not see that the yellow 'school zone' lights were still on as they are at the ends of the school zone facing outwards, and she was leaving the parking lot inside of the school campus. She started driving with the same speed as other drivers on the road and got pulled over for 43 on 25 (that road is normally 35 and 25 when the flashing lights are on). She wants to go to the court and try to explain what happen to a judge in hopes to have the points reduced. Does the fact the she could not see that the yellow lights were still flashing gives her any hope for reduced points? Or is it a typical situation for high school kids?