Iowa Appeals Court Endorses Remote Pacing For Speeding TicketsIowa Court of Appeals approves police officer technique of pacing a vehicle from a block away.
Apr. 10, 2014
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Police officers in Iowa can now issue speeding tickets to motorists driving on a different street more than a block away. The state Court of Appeals last month upheld the conviction of Michael Lee Querry based solely on the testimony of an officer who performed remote pacing.