I reckon his [Carl's] ultimate point, however, in which I believe you would fully agree, is that police radar is not infallible (and mostly it may come down to operator error) and he actually may have been referring to the following published report/article which appears on the National Motorists Association's website (not his site) and was an article originally published in 2004 by the Philadelphia Daily News
: TAKIN' AIM AT RADAR GUNS
You too covered this subject at length
in your most recent book
Is this to say the case has still yet to be adjudicated? If not, what do you believe is likely to happen in this instance?
It appeared [to me] that it had been in Derek's article, unless I mis-interpreted it?
I wonder if any kind of target vehicle OBD-II type metrics/logs could ever be used [one way or another]?
That's the one very appealing thing about police laser, proper identification of the targeted "offending" vehicle is much more reliable, as you well know.