4.) "I was just in a hurry."
Suggested By: teampenske3
Why it's ill-advised: It turns out that the cop who pulled you over doesn't really care about your extremely important 10:15 meeting that you're fifteen minutes late for.
3.) "I don't know, like a million?"
Suggested By: iammonsterface
Why it's ill-advised: Do not answer the question, "Do you know how fast you were going" with this answer. In fact, never respond to a police officer with sarcasm. It does not end well.
2.) "Why'd you pull me over and not the guy ahead of me going just as fast?"
Suggested By: sbdude
Why it's ill-advised: Police officers can't catch every speeder. Just because the three other cars that were speeding in a pack with you didn't get pulled over, doesn't mean you get to go off free.
1.) Any argument
Suggested By: DSC Off
Why it's ill-advised: The best policy when dealing with a police officer is to remain calm, agree, take your ticket, and move on with your life. Any argument, calm or otherwise, to prove that you weren't breaking the law is not going to work.
At best you will waste everyone's time, at worst you'll piss off the cop and end up getting your car searched for drugs.