I don't know why everyone is saying that speeding tickets don't matter.
I have a friend who had a 10 mph speeding ticket. He had a 167 LSAT, 3.6 GPA, and was the President of three different campus organizations. Anyway the best school he was accepted to was Cooley. He thought he had a chance at a decent T1 school... so that's all he applied to but had Cooley as a safety. He asked the law school at our university why he was rejected everywhere else and they said that if the speeding ticket is 10 miles per hour or more that law schools take that very seriously because it is so reckless.
So hopefully you didn't speed more than 10 mph... if you did (no offense or anything) but I would get your Cooley application ready.
soooooooooooooooooooooo no true...i was cited (and found guilty...i pled not guilty..shoulda seen the judge's face when i said "not guilty") for a ticket years ago for "speeding over 100 mph" (111 to be exact)...a lot of the schools i disclosed it to (since i was supposed to) not only offered me admission, but a scholarship along with the admission...so, if true, your friend's either lying to you about their numbers or they have something far worse on their apps that you weren't told about...oh, and it was a 70 zone (tho at 111, i don't think that matters)