A good defense can be supported by a witness, such as someone standing nearby who would have witnessed your and the law-enforcement officers actions. This could be a passenger in the car or any bystander.
You or your attorney should return to the spot where your car was stopped and photograph the road where this questioned violation was alleged to happen. Also note the location of any speed limit signs.
You should include in your defense any extenuating circumstances which may have forced you to accelerate your vehicle above the posted speed limit. An example of this may be, you were forced to move your car out of the way of another vehicle to avoid a collision.
A skilled and experienced traffic ticket defense attorney can use these issues to negotiate for you, and in the best case scenario, get your charge dismissed.
If you have been issued a speeding ticket, contact the speeding ticket defense attorney Scott Miller, in Alpharetta, Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001
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