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What to know when you get a speeding ticket after the officer does a "pace."

Law enforcement uses a few different methods to determine how fast vehicles are traveling and whether to write a speeding ticket. They often use a radar unit and check the "SMD" (for "speed measuring device") box on the front of the ticket. Sometimes they use a "pace", which is when the officer follows a suspected speeding vehicle at a constant distance for a certain period of time and using the officer's vehicle speedometer to determine speed.

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I have hired Scott Leist three times now for traffic infractions and he has gotten all of the tickets dismissed! His staff has been extremely helpful and understanding. I definitely recommend Scott Leist and his staff. - Mary Ann

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