Welcome to TFL, xtphreak!
A more likely scenario, IMO, is that the officer will decline to read it, and then testify, "Yes, the defendant tried to hand me some paper. I don't kno what it was, because I didn't read it." Even if the officer does read it, he's not obliged to believe that the document handed to him by the driver is what the driver claims it to be, or that it means that the driver claims it means.
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