Getting a quick ticket is one thing that many of us have experienced at least once in our lives. For some, they may have some unfortunate experiences. And if any of these experiences are newer, you might be wondering how you can get paid. If you have rightly deserved your over speeding ticket, it may be difficult to get it, but I admit that you can still get it, although it may not be the most ethical.
Fighting a speeding ticket, in certain situations, may not be worth the time and money in the long run. But with some simple tips I want to show you, if you feel pretty sure, you can get rid of fines for speeding.
Make sure you show up in court
Notice how do you have two options when you receive a speeding ticket? One option is to pay for it (which admits your blame) and the second option is to come to court on the day that appears on the ticket. You would want to make sure you come up for that day for several reasons. One, if you do not show up and you do not pay a fine, you can face more serious consequences and two if the officer who saves your ticket does not get to court that day, your ticket will be immediately dropped. That's true – if the policeman does not see you, you do not pay a penny!
Ask them to try their equipment
If you are in court and ask an officer to show a radar gun, they do not have it. This may delay the trial date, but in the end it would result in the court costs being more expensive, as well as the time needed to cover so little fines that eventually they could completely cancel the ticket.