Speeding conviction based on officer opinion – State v. Ashjian -UNP

The Attached Opinion, State v. Ashjian, HAS NOT BEEN APPROVED FOR PUBLICATION.

State v. Ashjian, an unpublished decision released today involves a speeding case where the Appellate Division excludes the results of a speed measuring device called a “Python” but finds sufficient evidence in the record to sustain the defendant’s conviction based upon the officer’s opinion that the defendant was speeding.

This case is an excellent resource for background on the scientific proofs necessary to prove a speeding case based upon scientific proofs and the steps required by a municipality to establish a legal speed zone.

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