As far as your address being off.. It could help your case, but most likely the result will be nothing.
The judge will ask the police officer if he identifies you as being the one who he pulled over that day, once he affirms it then the address mismatch won't be as relevant.
Well. Here's your option. I am not exactly sure about the law where you're from, but here's how things go in California.
You can choose to either pay the ticket or do traffic school. If you pay the ticket, It will be on your record for the next 3 years and can cost a significant amount of money over time.
If you qualify for traffic school on this ticket, take it. You can take traffic school online and be done with it in no time. If your county doesn't support online traffic school then you will have to go through a bs class. but once finished, the ticket will be wiped from your record.
Now, your other option if you do not qualify for traffic school is to fight the ticket. I believe you should always fight it. You have nothing to lose.. Except you better be damn sure that you appear to the real hearing. If you miss the preliminary hearing they will give you some slack and you can reschedule it. But once the actual hearing is scheduled you BETTER show up. If you do not show up, then you will automatically lose the case and get a 'failure to appear' which will cost even more money.
But here's what's to gain. You have a huge chance of winning if you play this right. And even if you lose the case, all what will happen is you have to pay the fine anyways.
I have had something around 13 speeding tickets now. Lost my license twice. So I started reading up everything I could about traffic tickets and studying law. I've won the last 4 tickets I've taken to court.
Here's one trick you can do. Postpone your first trial as long as you can. Then when your first trial (your arraignment) comes they will ask you when you want your next trial. They will ask you if you wish to waive your right to a speedy trial. Everybody says no and says they want a speedy trial. But you my friend DO NOT. Tell them you don't want a speedy trial and need time to put together your defense. Drag it out as long as you can.
You'd be surprised how many times the police officers just don't show up to court after you've moved the date and extended it. If they don't show up, you win.
Also, what did the cop say he used to figure out you were speeding? was it radar, laser, his speedometer (did he pace you) If you want to win this, drop me a line. I can help you out
At the very least try to talk to the district attorney for ruduced points/fines in exchange for pleading guilty. Ask for a written deposition, if the officer doesn't provide it in 30 days(i think) you can get the trial throw out. Also that tells the exact story so you know how to organize your defense.
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