By Lawrence Black
The best advice for beating a ticket would be to show you how NOT to get out of a speeding ticket.
There are actually people out there that condone this defense strategy. C'mon - is this really a valid defense? You aren't a little kid that has been caught with your hands in the cookie jar.
This is real life and if you think that begging and pleading with the judge is going to get you out of a speeding ticket, you're going to be seriously dissapointed.
Don't downgrade your dignity by whining in court. It won't work.
Oh, the infamous "My speedometer wasn't working" excuse. If there's one defense the judge gets sick of hearing, it's this one.
The fact that your speedometer wasn't working (which the judge will believe to be a lie) isn't a valid defense. And if it really wasn't working, you should have gotten fixed.
At least that's what the judge will say.
Just go to court and point out to the judge that the officer purposely gave you a ticket when you didn't deserve one.
Maybe he didn't like you because you are of Middle Eastern decent? Maybe you were a black man driving in a predominately white neighborhood?
Whatever the circumstances may be, don't accuse the officer of racial discrimination or profiling. It rarely works.
Racial discrimination is an all too common defense and you are going to need some proof to back up what you are saying.
If not, don't bother.
Accusing the officer of something without anything concrete to back it up is a no-win situation.
Don't try to argue there were other people speeding and you were simply keeping up with the flow of traffic. The fact still remains that you were speeding and using this defense hurts your case rather than help it.
By arguing this defense, you have actually admitted to the fact you were speeding. First you claimed other motorists were speeding. Next, you admitted you were keeping up with them.
In essence, you just admitted to speeding.
Now, no matter what you say, you are a traffic violator under your own admission. The judge will have no choice but to find you guilty!
Never try to get out of a speeding ticket using this excuse.
Maybe not coming to a complete stop at the stop sign in a very quiet neighborhood at 3:00 AM did not hurt anyone, but it still doesn't deny the fact that you broke the law.
Whether anyone was hurt or not is beside the point. The point is that you broke the law - no ifs, ands or butts about it.
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