I received a speeding ticket stating I was doing 80 mph in a 55 mph zone (1180b). If in fact I was driving in a 65 mph zone, does this help?
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DON'T ADMIT THAT IN COURT. IF THE SPEED LIMIT IS 55 AND YOU ADMIT GOING 65 YOU ARE IN FACT SPEEDING. THERE ARE BOTH DEFENSES AND"PLEA BARGAIN" POSSIBILITIES. YOU MAY CONTACT MY OFFICE @ 7188340087 FOR A FREE PHONE CONSULTATION.
It certainly helps, but probably not enough to get it dismissed.
The speed limit difference changes it from 6 points to 4. That might have a significant effect on the plea bargain you are offered. Are you certain it wasn't written in a work zone?
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