Should I fight my ticket?
Question Details: I got pulled over by the state patrol. They said that I was racing which I was not. I got pulled over with me another car. The officer started to read my rights but I froze up and told a different story. I don't know what to do.
You don't "fight" it, per se, because if you, you will almost certainly lose: as you can imagine, the courts almost always believe the sworn, trained, neutral (no personal stake in outcome) police officer over a driver trying to get out of a ticket.
Instead, go to court on the scheduled day and tell your story to the prosecution; if you have an otherwise clean record, there is a very good chance they will offer you a favorable plea (e.g. fewer points or smaller fine).
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