Defending against a VASCAR ticket, most likely issued in Pennsylvania, will require a driver to take several critical steps. First, do not pay the fine, if you intend to contest the citation. Rather, note the court hearing date outlined on the summons and be prepared to attend at this date in time to present a viable defense. It is possible, depending jurisdiction and availability, to reschedule and relocate the venue of the hearing by calling the court directly.
One inherent problem associated with VASCAR enforcement devices is their inability to account for conditions of the roadway and other considerations, which a law enforcement officer observing the scene would have otherwise noticed. Aside from defenses related to the automated nature of the devices, common methods employed in a VASCAR speeding ticket case will include the following:
For more help with your VASCAR issued speeding ticket, consulting with a traffic violations lawyer in the jurisdiction of your citation will prove highly beneficial.