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  1. I wrote something like this: I have read up on the terms of carriage since the incident and I now understand that it is my responsibility to ensure that I have a valid ticket for my travel. It was really not my intention to have an invalid ticket but on the day of the incident I was unable to find the primary oyster card which I use. After emptying my bag in the student room and creating a mess, I thought I found my spare Pay-As-You-Go oyster card as it looks blue on the front. It was only later when the inspector checked my card that I realised I have picked up a
  2. I received a letter yesterday titled 'Single Justice Procedure Notice'. I feel really devastated. The charge reads that I 'did enter a compulsory ticket area without having with you a valid ticket. Contrary to Byelaw 17(1) of the Transport for London Railway Byelaws Made under paragraph 26 of Schedule 11 to the Greater London Authority Act 1999 and confirmed under section 67 of the Transport Act 1962. .' I left all the grammatical mistakes as they are. It also says that this charge has been authorized by a solicitor. What should I do? There seems to be
  3. Hi I have replied to their letter as advised, sending it out using their prepaid envelope, but I haven't heard anything from them since. Is it their standard practice to acknowledge that they have received my reply?
  4. Thank you dx100uk. Is there any need to mention my normal oyster? My worry is that of prosecution and the black mark.
  5. Thank you to all who contributed to this forum. I have worked my way through as many post as I can, and it has helped me to calm down since getting cautioned by an inspector on the tube. It was very distressing for me and really affected my day to day activities for the first 48 hours or so. The letter that I had been expecting came today and one thing that struck me was how it does not ask me to comment on the incident. It merely asked me to fill out the form on the reverse side. It reads: 1. If you deny committing an offence, please explain why. Plea
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