I caught the cop in an obvious lie using his own testimony- he completely contradicted himself and said he pursued me while going 65 mph until he caught me, but said I was going 85 mph. Exactly how does that work?
I was actually going the speed limit of 55 because I saw him from the very beginning, and this was a well-known trap area, but I was on a bike and cops hate bikes.
Despite making his testimony look like the lie that it was, I still got the ticket. Then the cop cornered me in the hallway and said if I ever set foot in his town again he'd arrest me on sight! Hey, officer, if you don't want to sound stupid in court, keep your mouth shut next time. Otherwise, I can't help you.