First time I'm doing this post and first time this has ever happened.
I have been sent speeding fines before and I have always sent details and either been to speed awareness courses or had points and paid fine.
In this instance,
I have supposedly been sent a letter to provide driver information for speeding fine,
and then again another letter to say not received anything and to provide again this was all apparently in 2018.
I then received a letter this week (which I actually got) saying I need to pay £800 and have 6 points to add on my licence for failing to provide info and failing to come to court date.
I never received anything prior this the last letter which I received this week.
I have been told to make a statutory declaration,
in which they said you need to attend court date and say that you never knew of the letter beforehand,
which I said yes and then they said if found to be guilty you could face prison sentence and more fines.
I was ok with this as I know I haven't received any letters like this prior (until the final one this week)
After reading reviews its quite concerning as some people have mentioned that the court look at your case and even though you may not received the letter,
its more of a he said,
she said scenario,
which as mentioned is concerning as if I haven't received any letters prior how could I have given my driver information and that court could basically say,
the letters were sent out and that your lieing.
But as mentioned before I have had speeding fines in past and have always sent off information,
if I did make an offence
Is anyone able to give me any advice?