I would be asking for the originating specifications the device was calibrated against.
Evidence that the State law being relied on complies with the legislation and regulations of
the NATIONAL MEASUREMENT ACT (1960) and the NATIONAL MEASUREMENT REGULATIONS (1999)
Evidence that the accuracy of the testing equipment used is traceable to the NATIONAL MEASUREMENT ACT
Evidence that the detection device used and its certificate of accuracy comply with the
accuracy and certification requirements of the NATIONAL MEASUREMENT ACT (1960) Sections 10, 19a,
19aab and 20, and the NATIONAL MEASUREMENT REGULATIONS (1999) Regulation 16, 19, 37, 39, 41, 42,
46, 48, 58, 60, 63, 71, 73,74, 76, 90, and Schedules 1, 4, 7, 12, and therefore the alleged speed
reading and certificate are valid for any legal purpose.
(If they argue that the NMI does not apply let me know and I will give you arguments
that show that it most certainly does!)