Help Me Get Out of a Speeding Ticket


Prepare a written argument that I wasn’t driving recklessly when I was pulled over by a highway patrol car on the 405 freeway in Long Beach at 3:00 AM for driving 8 miles over the speed limit when the freeway was almost completely empty and the highway patrol officer ignored another car that had just passed me traveling at least 20 miles per hour over the speed limit.


When preparing a written argument to contest a traffic citation for allegedly driving recklessly on the 405 freeway in Long Beach, it’s crucial to focus on specific legal and factual points. Here is an outline to structure your argument:

  1. Introduction:
    • State the date, time, and location of the incident.
    • Briefly describe the circumstances leading to the traffic stop.
  2. Clarification of Charges:
    • Clearly state the specific violation you were cited for (e.g., driving 8 miles over the speed limit).
  3. Road Conditions and Context:
    • Emphasize that the freeway was nearly empty at the time of the incident.
    • Explain that the conditions allowed for a slightly higher speed without compromising safety.
  4. Comparison with Other Vehicles:
    • Mention that another vehicle passed you traveling significantly faster (approximately 20 miles over the speed limit).
    • Argue that this indicates your speed was not excessively high compared to the flow of traffic.
  5. Definition of Reckless Driving:
    • Cite the legal definition of reckless driving.
    • Argue that driving 8 miles over the speed limit, in this context, does not meet the criteria for reckless driving.
  6. Safety Record and Driving Behavior:
    • If applicable, mention your clean driving record or lack of prior traffic violations.
    • Emphasize your commitment to safe driving and respect for traffic laws.
  7. Request for Consideration:
    • Request leniency or dismissal based on the specific circumstances of the case.
    • If appropriate, express willingness to attend a defensive driving course as an alternative to penalties.
  8. Conclusion:
    • Summarize your key points.
    • State that you believe the evidence supports a finding that you were not driving recklessly.

Remember, the goal is to provide a clear, factual, and concise argument that challenges the notion of reckless driving under the specific conditions of your case. It’s also important to remain respectful and professional in your tone throughout the document.

End of ChatGPT4

PG doesn’t see much genius in the solution that ChatGPT generated. It won’t put many lawyers out of business with this type of performance.

3 thoughts on “Help Me Get Out of a Speeding Ticket”

  1. No, but it’s a lot less expensive for the poor schmo who needs an argument.

    I used to rely on youth and gender, but the one has vanished, and the other doesn’t seem to have the influence it once had.

  2. I note that the AI did not do what was asked – prepare the written argument. They’ve apparently (and quite wisely) programmed something in that prevents it from actually acting as a lawyer.

    Giving advice on how you should prepare the argument is borderline, in my opinion – but won’t get them into trouble that they don’t need.

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