If you have been stopped by an officer in Springfield and given a traffic citation, it was likely based on the officer’s observations of your driving. The officer typically will put their observations into writing as part of the citation, generally claiming that you were driving recklessly or unsafely or violating a traffic law.
However, you have the legal right to challenge the citation. One way to do this is to call the officer’s observations into question. You may be able to do this through:
Arguments disputing the officer’s opinion: You may formulate arguments to defend yourself against the officer’s