You're guilty. The sooner you admit that and starting saving up for your fine, the easier this whole process will be. If you (or your lawyer, who represents you) makes this inconvenient for the court... perhaps by rescheduling your appearance so many times?
...then the court will make it inconvenient for you. aka the "mean judge" that you have.
If you want any hope of a reduced fine/penalty, on Feb. 2 you need to go in there and "throw yourself at the mercy of the court" so to speak. Admit you were wrong, tell the judge you are very sorry and will be very conscious of your speed in the future, and request court supervision since this is your first offense. Don't try to make excuses or question the police officer'* integrity or tactics, that will only make the judge mad. (And you don't need a lawyer for any of this, you will only be padding HIS pockets then also.) If you get court supervision and don't get another ticket within the time frame they decide (usually 6 months to a year, and you might also have to go to traffic school), then the ticket gets dropped from your permanent record and insurance never knows about it. It might be called something else in your state, but this kind of offer is available through almost any Traffic Court in the nation. Good luck....
P.*. There'* no such thing as "innocent" in court, it'* called "not guilty". Innocent means you didn't do it, Not Guilty just means the court can't prove you DID do it. There is a difference.