(a) The speed of any motor vehicle may be determined by the use of radio microwaves or other electronic device. The results of such determinations shall be accepted as prima facie evidence of the speed of the vehicle in any court or legal proceedings when the speed of the vehicle is at issue.
(b) The driver of any motor vehicle found by use of radio microwaves or other electronic device to be driving in excess of the applicable speed limit may be apprehended:
(1) If the apprehending officer has observed the recording of the speed of the motor vehicle by the radio microwaves or other electronic device;
(2) If such apprehending officer has received a radio message from an officer who observed the speed recorded and the radio message:
a. Has been dispatched immediately after the speed of the motor vehicle was recorded; and
b. Gives a description of the vehicle and its recorded speed; and
(3) If the apprehending officer is in uniform or displays his badge of authority.
State law reference--Similar provisions, R.R.S. 1943, 60-6,192 and 60-6,193.