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    Hi, I received a speeding ticket and a failure to obey a traffic signal in MA. The ticket says: 90/18, Civil Infraction: 53 mph on a 30 mph posted road. Detection method: Radar, estimated. I was speeding but doubt I was going 53 mph (hard to have execute this right turn from an exit ramp at that speed) The officer was at a traffic light across the intersection waiting to move into traffic). Also the date is totally wrong on the ticket (ticket says 12/15/2012!) I want to appeal this, however I’m not sure what to do in terms of a defense. Any advice? I want to avoid the insurance points and/or get the fine lowered but mostly the former. Any hope?

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