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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 12/20/2001 8:37:02 AM EDT
I have a court date with a officer I believe was blatently lying to me about his equipment. I want to file a motion of discovery to make sure he has accurate equipment (ie speedo and radar) how is this done again? thanks again-
Link Posted: 12/20/2001 9:52:11 AM EDT
Why don't you call the court in question? They will know the answer much better than anyone here. How many places did you post this topic? I've counted three so far.
Link Posted: 12/20/2001 11:27:30 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Dave_G: Why don't you call the court in question? They will know the answer much better than anyone here. How many places did you post this topic? I've counted three so far.
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Actually I posted it here and in the LEO forum with a link to it here. (2) No one answers the phone in the court house there, I was on hold for almost an hour.
Link Posted: 12/20/2001 11:33:22 AM EDT
The procedure can be different in various jurisdictions. Try the clerk's office in the court first. However, they usually don't give too much info because it treads on giving "legal advice" when they are not attorneys. Basically, there is a form (Motion)that you file with the court. It may not be worth it. If the cop doesn't bring his "calibration certificate" with him to court, your attorney should be able to get the charges dropped. Of course, you know your guilty as hell, so just pay the damn ticket. [;)]
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