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  1. In order to give every alleged offender an opportunity to give their explanation and to be able decide whether there are grounds not to continue to prosecution. It is clear that the OP knowingly committed the offence and has admitted so. Every case is treated on merit, we only have the benefit of the OP's explanation on here, it may be that the inspector's report contains clear evidence that indicates prosecution should continue. They should not have, but we all know that sometimes accidents do happen. ( the offence with which the OP is charged is not an accident.) U
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  2. Dear Solomon Gold, "Thank you so very much for the above advice and points of law" I will set about this first thing in the morning. I have had a very sad and unhappy day all round after a family matter that has also caused me great concern over the past two years and more has come to a head and I needed to try and help her. This is up till this time still needing my attention as well. I have always spoken about the 3 issues in my life that have happened in unison and its taking its toll on Wendyboats without a doubt, but I thank each and every one of you that continue to
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