Well, I had about as good an outcome as I could have hoped for in my court case, as the prosecutor cited my "extenuating circumstances" to the judge in explanation of knocking my violation down to a parking ticket. So according to the record, the impression I was speeding was erroneous, it turned out that I was parked on the sidewalk. My infraction even occurred just before a new surcharge went into effect, so my fine was less than it would be for the same thing today. There was a little talk in the forums about hoping the complaining officer would not show, which would formerly have been the most desirable outcome here, but they have new computerized tickets they print out in the car now with the officer's deposition, which seems to be acceptable to the court (I certainly wasn't going to get a lawyer to challenge it).
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