Me and my friends were coming back from the lake. My friend in a maxima was in front and another friend in a acura rsx was in the middle. I was in the back in my Subaru. We were coming over this hill and my radar detector went off (Legal in Saskatchewan). soo i looked and i was going about 120 kph, we came over the hill and we were going the same way as the cop. I was the only one to slow down. The cop, (he wasnt an rcmp or municiple cop, he was like cop of peace or something), radard behind him and picked up my friends infront of me speeding. I was going maybe 110kph then and they were still catching up to the cop going 150kph. I was pretty far back untill they started slowing down. and i caught up a little because of them slowing down. He did some meneuver and pulled all of us over. He gave all of us speeding tickets just because we knew eachother and were traveling in a group even though i was a ways back. He didn't even clock my car and gave me a speeding ticket. He showed me the radar and it said 150 on it. but it was my friend in the front speeding and the one in the middle. So he gave me a ticket stating i was going 150 when i was maybe going 110kph. How do i fight this in court? Can he give me a ticket when he didnt even get my speed and when hes just assuming i was going the same speed as my friends in front. I had another person in my car that witnessed i wasnt speeding because i picked the cop up with my detector before he could even see me.