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How to handle an out of state speeding ticket if you are unable to appear in court?

Question Details: Unable by any fiscal means to appear at an out of state court date for a speeding ticket. A state trooper tracked speed by moving radar among switching traffic, as well as traffic passing through hills and several curves of the road. Although I was initially told that I had gone 10 mph over the speed limit, I was later told it was 26 mph over. Comments were later made about an uncalibrated device. My bond was paid after being held 2 hours and I was informed that if I was unable to appear, then my bond payment would be kept.

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