What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? IllinoisI am going to court (in Illinois) to fight an ticket given to me for speeding, when I know and my passager knows that I wasnt speeding. The officer claims his radar picked me up as doing 54 in a 40 mph zone. I did a discovery request and found out that the officer only worked 5 days during the month and he issues 25 of the 49 tickets the whole department issued that month and that of the 5 tickets written on the day I recieved mine, 3 were for 54 in a 40 and 2 were for 53 in a 40. His radar training consisted of a certification from 1988. The manual for the radar gun used was printed in 2002. The only calibration done is by tuning forks at the beginning and end of the shift. I can not find the Illinois requirements for radar evidence. Is an annaul certification of the radar equipment and tuning forks required? By an independent certification authority? Is tuning fork testing at the beginning and end of the shift sufficient? Is the officer required to have training on the type of unit now in use? Should there have been additional training in the last 22 years? What is the case law or Illinois Code that I need to refer to? Thank you for your help.