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  1. He hasn’t been dual charged, only charged with one offence of failing to provide information. 3rd February: caught on speeding camera going 36 in a 30mph Roughly week later: sent letter asking for information of driver End of February: letter returned with my boyfriends information 3rd August: received letter dated 31st July of charges filed on 1st June of failing to provide information 5th August: filed not guilty plea online Heard nothing so called on 23rd August to see what was happening, told plea would be reviewed in administrative court on 31st August. 15th Sept
  2. Right okay, unaware of that as didn’t have to go through this process for the first offence. Would you suggest a solicitor for this? As if he gets found guilty could lead to 6 points and another large fine I assume as in the case of the original charge. Also would he still be able to be charged with the initial speeding offence even thought it is past the 6 months limit under special circumstances. Very aware that if that is the case, if the points are totted up with his existing 3 points it could lead to him losing his license.
  3. Hello all, Following on from the previous offence, the second offence my boyfriend was charged with 1 day later (the exact same thing, failing to provide information) has now gone to court. To me this all seems a bit fishy if I’m honest, both responses were sent to the initial identification letter, he heard nothing back and was then charged for 2 offences with both charges being filed within a day of each other for speeding offences that took place nearly a month apart? Very bizarre. However as you can see the outcome of the first charge was seemingly quite positive
  4. Hi all, Just thought I’d let you know what happened. When we got to the magistrates the legal advisor offered my boyfriend the deal upfront when he heard what had happened with the case and that he’d done a stat dec. The LA then asked what letters he’d received etc, when my boyfriend told them all he’d got was the orgiginal letter to his mum and then the letter with the charge and points, the LA told the magistrates that this sounded like the case they’d heard prior as well as other cases they’d heard that morning, he then suggested it be taken back to a fixed penalty because of
  5. I am just wondering the likelihood of this deal being offered. Also if they don’t offer the deal, won’t the fact that one court has accepted he never received the letters because of the statutory declaration be enough proof or does it not work like that? Also, I feel I should mention. In the time since we began proceedings for this case, my boyfriend has since received another charge for failing to provide information. Seemingly the exact same thing that they received the initial nomination and nothing else. Once again we never received any further letters. At this
  6. Hi, So to update you all. We have just been to the magistrates. They accepted his statutory declaration at Sefton magistrates and he pleas not guilty to not providing his information however they said as the original charge was issued by Wirral magistrates they have issued him with a date where he will have to go to Wirral magistrates court where he will also have to issue his plea on the 3rd September. Is this usual protocol? As I said neither of us have ever had to do this before and have clean licenses. What will happen at Wirral magistrates?
  7. This is what I don’t understand, when I’ve enquiries for more information they say it refers to a second letter that he did not respond to confirm he was the driver but if he hasn’t have replied to that letter would the issue still not be addressed to his mum? I’ve never had a speeding fine before so don’t know the usual protocol however I have gathered that they get the first letter to the owner of the vehicle, then a letter to the driver as a response from the first letter then either a letter to invite you to submit a guilty plea if they decide to take it to court or an invitation to spe
  8. Hi This is my first post as I am really at a loss. In February my boyfriend got caught twice within 2 weeks speeding, once 36 in a 30 and then 42 in a 30. He had recently started a new job on the other side of the city so wasn’t great with timings, not an excuse but still. The owner of his car (his mum) received the letters regarding naming the driver which my boyfriend filled in and sent back. This was in March. Then in mid-July he received a letter from the magistrates court saying he had an £846 fine and 6 points (!!!) but he didn’t read the lett
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