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  1. Dear all, I have recently received a letter of intention to prosecute due to an offence that took place in November. I had decided to try riding the train without buying a ticket as I had realised that there where no barriers at the station near my house and the barriers where always open at my University station(Incredibly stupid I know). I was caught by I believe a loss protection officer for southern rail, who took my statement and cautioned me. The issue being that I panicked and lied to the loss protection officer, claiming that I didn't have time to get a ticket at the station and was in a hurry. I understand from reading other posts here that the best course of action is to send a politely worded letter, offering to pay a fine so as to avoid prosecution. My question is, what is my best course of action? To tell the truth in my letter, or to repeat the lie I told the loss protection officer? The offence listed is : failing to hand over a rail ticket for inspection. Thank you in advance.
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