14. Fighting a Ticket in Court (2)















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Repeat

A: What are you here for today?

B: I need to fight this ticket that I got.

A: Is the arresting officer here?

B: Yes, he is, Your Honor.

A: Plead your case.

B: I was told by the officer that I ran a red light. That information isn't true.

A: Why would the officer lie?

B: I'm not sure, but the signal had a camera on it.

A: Did the camera take a picture of your license plate?

B: No, my picture wasn't taken.

A: There was no picture taken, so I'll let you go.

B: Thank you very much, Your Honor.


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Repeat

A: Why are you in court today?

B: I got a ticket, and I would like to fight it.

A: Is the officer that pulled you over here today?

B: He's here.

A: Tell me what happened.

B: The officer says that I ran a red light, but I didn't.

A: The officer wouldn't lie about that.

B: He must've, because the signal had a camera on top of it.

A: There was no picture taken of your license plate?

B: I don't believe it took my picture.

A: I'm just going to let you go.

B: I appreciate that.


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Repeat

A: What are you doing here today?

B: I would like to fight my ticket.

A: Is the arresting officer in the courtroom today?

B: Yes, the officer is here today.

A: What's your case?

B: I was pulled over for running a red light, but I never did.

A: Do you believe that the officer lied?

B: There was a camera on the signal. So, he was obviously lying.

A: Your license plate was caught on camera?

B: A picture of my license plate was never taken.

A: Since there is no picture of your license plate on record, I'm going to let you go.

B: Thank you. I'm glad that you believe me.




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