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Monday, May 16, 2016

Why the officer writes the real speed you were going on the ticket.

Will contesting my speeding ticket make it worse?


Asked about 5 hours ago - Seattle, WA
Practice area: Speeding Ticket

I received a traffic ticket that says I was going 5 over when the officer said he saw me going 20 over. If I contest the ticket will the officer bring that up and fine me for 20 over?

Answered No they will not raise the fine or the speed you were traveling. Officers write those notes in there to make the prosecutor aware of what has occurred.


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