Court Upholds Speeding Ticket Despite GPS Evidence

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A Sonoma County traffic court commissioner upheld a speeding ticket earned by a teenager who had pitted the accuracy of his in-car GPS tracking device against issuing officer's radar gun. Full Story

Lakewood, NJ

#1 May 1, 2008
There's no doubt this will be used in the future. Instead of a second-by-second log tracking the driver's speed, an average speed will result that will reveal evidence of speeding.

United States

#2 May 1, 2008
Hey hows Tony Soprano doing? NJ?

United States

#3 May 3, 2008
Hey hows Tony Soprano doing? NJ?
Hey hows Scotty J doing? Clearlake?
No Justice

Rocklin, CA

#4 Aug 26, 2013
Coorupt court system; even when they are wrong they won't admit it.
Kangaroo Court

Rocklin, CA

#5 Aug 26, 2013
Its the cash cow revenue issue; if the court finds this person is not guilty then their revenue will decline....

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