Well I just wanted to get your take on the situation.
A while ago I was traveling maybe 86-87 in a 65mph zone some time ago and I was totally spaced out and distracted thinking about some other stuff. Anyway, my V1 and LI went off and I froze - it took me a good 7-8 seconds to slow down and shut it off. As I passed the officer, I saw him get in the car. He came up behind me and pulled over. I did everything that I knew I was supposed to - windows down, hazards on, hands on the wheel plainly visible, etc.
He asked me if I knew why I was pulled over. I said "no sir". He asked me if I knew how fast I was going. I said once again "no sir". He then said, You have no idea how fast you were going at all?" Again, "no sir". He told me that he had me pegged for 76 in a 65. The next question he said gave me quite a scare - pointing to my V1 concealed display which he actually saw he said "Does that device scramble or jam lasers or does it just detect?" When I told him it didn't jam and just was a detector, he walked to the front of my car and inspected it around the license plate area for a good 30 seconds or so. Thankfully, I have a flush mount LI setup cut into my black grill and it blends in almost perfectly - he didn't see the jammer heads. Coming around to my window, he said "I'm going to let you off with a verbal warning. It took me a minute to lock on and get your speed and I think that helped, because I have a feeling you were going far faster than I got a reading for."
First, I was SHOCKED because he saw my V1 and knew what it was. Second, he suspected me of jamming and he STILL let me off with a warning. The only thing I could think of was that he didn't actually get punchthrough and had the good conscious to let me off with a warning because he couldn't get a reading. I think he might have been trying to get me to admit guilt with the repeated questions as to how fast I was going in the beginning. I couldn't tell what kind of gun he was shooting, but unless it was a truspeed (which is possible) I should be JTG on everything (I tested it personally twice with a LIDAR gun).
Do you think he got punchthrough?
Regardless, the LEO was a real class act and I was really surprised how professional he was compared to my last dealing with an officer. He didn't take it personally that I was speeding and was cordial the entire time. No big ego at all and I really respect LEO's that act in such a professional manner.