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Inaccurate Police Gun Radar Readings


While many people assume that police radar guns are without fault and completely foolproof when identifying drivers who are speeding, there are many cases where these are simply inaccurate. To get an accurate reading from a radar gun, the road that the police is surveying must be perfectly flat, there must be excellent visibility, minimum traffic and the officer handling the equipment must be accurately trained in recognizing false signals.

These factors often are not present, let alone all at the same time. For this reason, many people are given speeding tickets that are not actually deserved. Whether the inaccurate reading was from an unintentional equipment error or the cheating of an officer (by clocking a low flying airplane, or otherwise purposefully getting a false reading), you should not have to pay up.

If you have recently been charged with a speeding ticket, it is absolutely vital that you get the help of a South Florida Traffic Ticket Lawyer as soon as possible to help you successfully build your defense. At the Law Offices of Daniel Schulefand, we understand the consequences that can result from a speeding ticket are inconvenient and costly. By looking at all the details of your case, we will stop at nothing to help you get the result you desire.