Alright so my court date is finally coming up and I need some help to win this thing, by win I mean not lose my license, I'm not worried about the fine. So this is what happened, on June 30, 2008 I was pulled over around 8:50AM, cited for doing 36mph in a 25mph zone. The officer came to my car, asked for license, registration, proof of insurance, all were provided. He then walked back to his motorcycle and five minutes later came back, handed me the ticket, asked if I had any questions (I replied no) and he was on his way. (I thought there was a certain protocol he was supposed to say... like telling me what I was being cited for and stuff like that) After looking at the ticket I decided to contest it, mainly because I was 18 at the time and had had my license for 10 months or so at the time. Here is what I plan on pleading my case with, and hopefully someone can help me out. He cited on the ticket that the date was 7/1/08, when in fact it was 6/30/08. Also, I am not sure on this one but I thought he was supposed to at least tell me what I was being accused of and such. The third thing I have is that on the ticket I was cited as 11mph over via laser, but on the statement I got from the court it says 10-14 over, from my education so far I have learned that a deviation is +- some number, not +3 or -1 which would mean I could have been going anywhere from 8-14mph over, which would change the amount of the fine. The really crappy thing is that the car I was driving, the speedometer bounces, like shows +-10mph of what you are actually doing and it was hovering right around 25 at the time. The reason I know I was pulled over on the 30th of June rather than the 1st of July is because it was four days after the passing of my Grandmother and it happened to be my brother's birthday. Thanks for any help guys!