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Asked on: 3/07/12, 5:34 pm

At approximately 3 am, I drove onto the on-ramp of I95 in Norwalk. I proceeded to travel northbound when I was pulled over by a state trooper. I gave him my NYS License and Registration, as well as three NYPD PBA cards. He clocked me doing 86, but wrote me down for 85, stating: "I knocked it down as a courtesy, but I wrote it for 85 so that way I am still doing my job. Also I gave you a month to answer. You won't get any points on your license, just pay the ticket by the answer date." The ticket is for $294.

Consequently, my car died before and because I was driving so short of a time, he and three other troopers jumped it and then let me on my way.

Is there any point in trying to fight the ticket?

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