Radar challenge on speeding ticket

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Question

Country: United States of America
State: New Hampshire

I was stopped for speeding in 30 going 35-40 mph in my opinion, police claimed 43. His vehicle was moving in the opposite direction directly behind another vehicle probably around 30mph. He hadto read his radar almost as I passed by. Is there the possiblilty of inaccurate measurements under this scenerio? What do you feel would be my best defense?

Answer

Errors often do exist so it is worth fighting--