Theory of Police Traffic Radar: Police Traffic Radar speed measuring devices that are used by law enforcement to issue speeding violations, which use an electronic beam. The police officer activates the unit at a moving targeted vehicle, in which the beam strikes the target and reflects back to the radar unit’s and the police Continue Reading
If Pennsylvania Rep. Mario Scavello, R-176th have his way, PA House Bill 38 would allow local police officers to use radar devices to enforce speed laws. Currently, some departments are using gap time, VASCAR and pacing / clocking. Pennsylvania is the only state to prohibit local police officers to use radar to enforce speed limit Continue Reading
Some radar guns were never approved for enforcing speed limits laws (issuing speeding tickets) on public roadways. Did anyone receive these type of speeding tickets?
Recently, my office has received several phone calls concerning strange radar units. After reviewing the discovery provided to the defendant, we determined the unit had odd outputs and issues with stability, which directly violates state and federal regulations and laws.
Many people receive traffic laser lidar speeding tickets from police officers, produce excuses to the court and not a real defense. As a matter of fact in some cases defendants claim defective speedometer, equipment issues, etc. The real issue is was the speed equipment operated properly or not. Secondly, was the lidar / laser working Continue Reading
One of the ways is to level the playing field. The Officer is an expert in the use of speed detection device(s), such as radar, lase / lidar, pacing / pace, vascar, gap time, aerial enforcement. Retain a qualified expert in that field.