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And I don't think I was following too closely, and I really don't know how he could distinguish between forty feet and eighty feet in his rearview mirror in the dark in the rain. ..............................

That is the bulk of your defense if this makes it to trial. You should write down EVERYTHING that you can remember about the incident and even go back to where it occurred to get details about distances, lane widths, sight lines, etc.

This is all stuff you/your law guy will need.

Good luck


seen in inside of a courtroom more than once :)

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