Too bad on the ticket. Sorry to hear anyone gets 'em.
Through the years I have received a lot of tickets and have tried to use some sort of defense to help in not getting them. Like in the 70's when CB Radios were in big use. That was a good tool for awhile but became less effective as Police themselves became the "Front Door" and would encourage Drivers to "bring it on up good buddy!". Then of course the Radar Detector was introduced, dubbed "bird dog" by the law and "fuzzbusters" by the public. But something was wrong with that too, since at the time, the same company that made the Radar Units made the Radar Detectors. They would make a unit to detect speeders, then a unit to detect radar, then a radar unit the detectors wouldn't detect and then a detector that would detect the unit that the previous dectector wouldn't detect and then . . . . well you get the idea. They got rich off of it and still do.
Now, I have tried to come to terms with the prevention of getting tickets and have came up with a few suggestions. First, I got rid of my radar detector, why?, because most Police will give the ticket to the guy who has them way before the guy that doesn't. I have had Police tell me when I used detectors and still got tickets, that if I didn't have the detector they would not have stopped me.
Second, I try to follow some simple things to do and not to do while I'm riding, don't speed over hills, they like to sit right on the other side of the hill, don't speed around blind turns, (very hard not to do on a Bike), they also like to sit there. Do watch other Traffic, on the Interstate especially Truckers, if they are out in the passing lanes, most likely Cops aren't around. If they are all in a line in the right hand lane you can bet the Law is near. Do look for for tire tracks in the median grass. If they are there, the Law has been working that area. Watch traffic ahead and if you see brakes lights for no apparent reason, most likely it's because of a Cop. Of course like mentioned, beware of them hiding behind embankments, trees etc. Some people with cell phones and CB's will even report you to the Law for speeding thinking they are doing some good deed or something.
Another thing to watch for is if you do see one Officer, you can bet another is near. They do work in groups for added backup protection.
If you do speed, find some deserted roads without a lot of obstacles along the sides and where no houses are. There are tons of places like that in Florida, but there are still the "road kill varmits" to watch out for.
All in all, speeding is tough to do now-a-days and it is hard not to get caught. Using detectors and following some of the suggestions can help, but nothing is foolproof. You don't even have to be doing anything wrong for some Law Official to stop you and ticket you for something you didn't even do, after all, it's your word against his!
Oh yea, did I mention the "Bear in the air"?