Question #22189

A commuter is driving along a highway on which the speed limit is 60 miles per hour when he

unknowingly runs into a speed trap involving two police officers. The first officer is positioned at

mile marker 92 and clocks the commuter’s car at 55 miles per hour. Five minutes later, a second

police officer at mile marker 98 clocks the car at 60 miles per hour. Can the commuter be charged

with a speeding violation?

unknowingly runs into a speed trap involving two police officers. The first officer is positioned at

mile marker 92 and clocks the commuter’s car at 55 miles per hour. Five minutes later, a second

police officer at mile marker 98 clocks the car at 60 miles per hour. Can the commuter be charged

with a speeding violation?

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