I was going through the Village of Corfu, which is a tiny little town near an amusement park; and they whip out the speed traps in summertime in order to catch all the careless kids that go flying through the town. I was actually going with the flow of traffic, at what I thought was a reasonable speed; 48mph. The cop got me in a 35mph zone and told me it was tough luck; he tagged me because I was on a cell phone, whereas no one else was.
Anyway, he said that since I was very nice and polite and hitherto had an exemplary record, he'd drop the cell phone ticket, but he still had to do the speeding ticket.
Last night I went to court for it, and I was very tempted to use the Heisenberg uncertainty principle to get out of it. You know, how both the speed and the position of an object can be measured, but only independently; observing one changes the other! So if the cop measured both my speed and location, one of them must have been wrong!
Yeah, I didn't want to push my luck, so I just pled guilty, got it reduced to a parking ticket, and paid the fine.
On a positive note; I had the lowest speed out of everyone there; everyone else was 50mph or more.