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Q: I just got a ticket for speeding police officer wrote down . I was driving a Honda not a Toyota can I get dismissed

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Randy Bryan Ligh
Randy Bryan Ligh
  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Baton Rouge, LA

A: If the prosecution wants to proceed on this, then you will not get it dismissed on that basis only. The prosecution must prove each and every element of its case against you, which essentially is that you were operating a vehicle over the speed limit within its jurisdiction-----if the law enforcement officer identifies you as that person who was driving over the limit, then most likely that is enough. On the other hand, if you can create reasonable doubt based on the the error in identification of vehicle driven then you might get off----if you are going to fight this, then I recommend that you hire a traffic ticket attorney to represent you and wade through this. Use the Find a Lawyer tab and search for traffic ticket attorneys in your area-----some will provide a free initial consultation----I know that my firm does----after you speak to a few, hire the one with whom you are most comfortable.

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