Through town in 30 mile/hr zone just before railroad crossing
I just got a speeding ticket while on my road trip to Yellowstone. Can you help or know someone that can.
This was a trap. I was driving in a 40 mile/hr zone and reducing speed coming around the bend to a rail road stop, through Maderson town, Wyoming. My speed was reduced significantly to around 30 or 35 mile/hr max. The officer pulled me over said he clocked me at 40 but I think it must have been in a 40 mile hour zone as I was reducing speed still. My daughter said I must be doing around 30 mile/hr or less.
The officer asked me where I was heading etc. and wrote me a citation of $140 and said there’s a $40 discount as everyone was wearing a seatbelt. This is very wrong and a trap and Wyoming, Maderson a town population of around 150, is well know for this speed trapping tourists on their way though Yellowstone national park. This is clear after reading many articles and complaints online. I want to fight this ticket. Please advice.
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