I am always asked, “What should I say to the police officer when I get pulled over?” My advice is simple you should be polite and cordial but never admit to speeding. Why? Because
if you do the police officer may make a note on the ticket that the operator admitted to the speed.
This will could come back and hurt your defense to the ticket. Say, for instance, you wanted to argue you were being absent minded and were not focuses on the speed (sometimes in the right circumstances a good defense) your argument would not be as strong because you already admitted to knowing how fast you were going.
If you or someone you know has been given a speeding ticket in Boston or anywhere in Massachusetts call today for a free no obligation consultation.
Patrick Donovan, a former prosecutor, is a Boston Speeding Ticket Attorney who has helped many drivers fight their speeding ticket.