My question involves a speeding ticket from the State of: Wyoming.
Trooper pulled me over and said I was going 90mph in a 75 zone. I said no way. I had it on cruise control set at 75. He insisted I was doing 90. I reached for the GPS and pushed the button which shows the trip totals. My trip was 3,000 miles long, my average moving speed was 60 mph over 3,000 miles of Interstate Roads with 75 mph being the norm. My GPS showed my maximum speed as 83 mph. So he wrote a citation for 83! He lied about my doing 90, I think my GPS proved that. If he lied about 90 did he have reasonable cause to stop me in the first place and then use my proof that he was wrong about the 90 and use my gps 83 maximum speed to issue the citation? I know when I was doing 83, it was in a different state, a semi truck was weaving in front of me so I sped up to get past him.