where in the law books(pc,h&s,ca vc) does it say that if youre given a ticket, the officer must show you the speed on radar? i was an mp in the marines, a deputy sheriff,have an AS in administration of justice, 22 yrs in law enforcement and ive nvr seen it. i would nvr have a person i pulled over,detained, or arrested, inside the front of my patrol car, or would i sit in the car to show them the speed on radar. that would put me in a position of disadvantage and be against any departments policy. if you showed up the judge would most likely drop it to 70mph and if youre lucky the officer wouldnt show up since youre from outta state. how much will it cost to drive there and fight it? ive always been instructed to only pull over vehicles going 5mph or higher, to cover the court cost. 10mph over id have pulled you over and felt good about it, maybe even gotten a donut with chocolate milk.
Anyway, Haze, it's up to you to fight it. If it's worth your time, $, and principle; you go boy!!! Remember, I'm speaking from experience. You may get lucky, and they'll drop the whole thing. But then, like a lot here said. Driving over the posted speed limit is speeding, be it over 1, 2, or 3mph. Wow, USMC... freaking 132mph on a bike. Sheesh. That would've been a messed on the freeway if you crashed.