Not in the political construct known as Connecticut, reasonable and prudent, radar is just prima facia, the conclusion would have to be that the defense was travelling beyond a reasonable and prudent speed.<quoted text>
In this particular type of defense. ok.
But don't you think the radar reading would be the state's evidence?
But how would the star witness know the abilities of the traveler?
But since the rules of criminal procedure apply, corpus delecti can not be established.