Source: NorthFulton.com

Another Clarification...
May 12, 2014 | 09:02 PM

First of all, I agree whole heartedly with the article. Enforcement of the State's police power is a sacred trust, not a for-profit enterprise. It is the rankest form of corruption and invites abuse. The recent history of private probation services in this state is one of dismal failure. Augusta's experience is one telling example.

The 10mph grace that local police/sheriff must afford the driver prior to issuing a speeding ticket does NOT apply to the Ga. State Patrol or other traffic enforcement with statewide jurisdiction. Also this only applies to speeding tickets based on radar/laser detection devices. Local traffic enforcement have other methods available to them to which the 10mph grace does not apply.

Phillip
Johns Creek