Radar challenge on speeding ticket

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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?


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