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  1. I am in a similar situation. Should I contact the TFL prosector at this stage only having just received the court summons? There is a page for mitigating circumstances. Do I fill that in as part of my plea or write a separate 'begging email/letter' to TFL prosecutor?
  2. Thank you. I will have a look. Whom do I send the begging letter to? TFL or to the prosecutor? In writing or email?
  3. Hello. I am in the same situation. I have received a court summons and don't know what to do now Do you think it's worth contacting the prosecutor ahead of the court date?
  4. I have since received a letter to appear in court. I wanted to know how to proceed? I have read through similar threads. Many of them have no update. they have calculated all uses of the card. Of course ,I understand that is an aggravating factor which could make an OCC unlikely in my case. What can I do
  5. So you're saying I will get a criminal record? I seem to not be getting any help on this forum, or advice on how to write back to TFL.
  6. I'm over 18 and in university. I think I am entitled to an 18+ oyster.
  7. I'll be honest, over a year. 1 year and some months. I don't remember exactly when I got it.
  8. I am in university. I think I am entitled to an 18 + oyster. - - - Updated - - - Yes it was
  9. Firstly I want to mention I am ashamed of what I did. I was using a 16+ oyster and got caught by a ticket inspector. It had my name, and photo, however, the inspector began quizzing me about my D.O.B. of course, I stuttered because I was panicking. I got it from a friend of a friend, someone I never met. I was stupid for doing it I know. And no excuse will absolve me of my wrongdoing. I was told I would receive a letter from TFL. I am so afraid I will get a criminal record. This is my first time doing something so silly. I saw a similar post about this from November however I don't know what action was eventually taken against the person. I am really worried, and I am afraid it will affect my career and academic prospects if I receive a criminal record. I am still yet to receive the letter from TFL. I want some guidance on how to respond. And whether anyone has been in a similar situation and what the outcome was. Will I have to show up to court? And if I do will I receive a conviction? I will have to plead guilty, and I plan to. Also, will how long I've used the oyster card affect whether or not I will receive a criminal conviction? What should I include in my response to them? Is there anything I should avoid writing. I would be so grateful for any guidance and advice. After some browsing on other forums, it is likely I will have to pay a fine. What else can I expect to happen? Should I ask for an out of court settlement?
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