Vermont Supreme Court Upholds Visual Estimate Of SpeedingVisual estimate of speed justifies traffic stop in Vermont Supreme Court ruling.
Mar. 07, 2013
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A police officer in Vermont can now pull over any vehicle if he has a feeling it may be speeding. The state's highest court concluded last Friday that a visual estimate of speed sufficed to justify a traffic stop.