Speeding ticket with no evidence
I was pulled over last year on a remote road, and the officer who came to my vehicle was a rookie, "in training" she said. I asked to see the speed on the radar gun, she told me I wasnt allowed, I protested, she stuck with her story, and said she would confirm with her supervisor, who was in the car as well. She came back some time later, and told me that I couldnt see it, becuase she couldnt 'lock it in' as I was coming down a hill at the time. Her original reason was due to 'officer safety'. There was clearly no 'locked in' speed taken here. I am awaiting my court date and have requested documentation on her credentials, and her notes. The other strange thing, is that another office is on the document for court, not her, the supervisor I am assuming.
Am I wrong in thinking that they have no real evidence here? Also, she gave me the ticket, because I was being argumenative I suppose, she handed it to me, said there you go and walked away, no explanation of fine or points or anything. I said wait a minute, I want to sign it, she says, I dont have to let you sign it, I can sign an affadavit saying its all ok. It was the weirdest ticket I have ever received.
The supervisor did not come to the car, and as such, has no first hand knowledge of the conversation. Does this matter if she does not show? Can i request that she come as well?
thanks in advance!