11. Can the eyes of a police officer determine whether I’ll end up with a speeding ticket or not?
Unfortunately, yes… It’s the right of a police officer to give you a ticket based on their visual observations. In other words, they don’t have to use a speed gun to give you a speeding ticket.
Michael Kramer, a New York attorney, says that the visual opinion of a police officer is considered evidence, and it is actually more than enough to give someone a speeding conviction. So, if the court thinks that the police officer has approximated your speed correctly, your speeding ticket is valid.
As Columbo says, just one more thing…..