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  1. Hi just a quick update from me. Ive been accepted onto the children’s nursing course by the university!!
  2. A lot of the internet based advice i searched did not have the same situation as me or reason. I also did not realise how this would have impacted my ucas application as my course requires an enhanced dbs check. Honestly ive never heard of this website before i only just stumbled across it. Had i known about all of this before my outcome would have been very different and not so rash and i shoot myself in the foot for that. however from doing further research i have found out on NMCs (regulator for nursing & midwifery professions in the uk) guidelines that they do not i
  3. I was caught on the 21st november. But i received the letter to pay the fine of £225.50 on February the 18th. I paid the amount immediately as i did not want to think about the situation anymore and thought if i paid the fine i wont have a criminal record.
  4. i honestly did not know it was illegal for me to use it which i know sounds stupid right now. The most i thought would happen is paying a penalty charge of £40. Not a whole criminal conviction. I couldnt burrow money as there was no one at home to ask. I took my brothers oyster without him knowing. i also didnt think about mentioning to pay in my first appeal. I was very panicked by the whole situation and didnt have anyone to help me and didnt know who to go to for help. Getting a solicitor is way too expensive. is there anything i can do right now to amend my mista
  5. When i was first given the letter to appeal I explained to IAP that i did not have my purse with me as I accidentally left it in my locker At work and so did not have any money to pay for a bus fare. As i was in a rush to get to work i took my brothers oyster 11-15yrs which was very stupid of me i know. I sincerely apologised to them and told them i would never do it again. Later I received a single justice procedure notice saying i can either plead guilty or not guilty and turn up in person or not turn up in person. However the bus ticket inspectors stated that i had s
  6. i was given a single justice Procedure for using a travel mandate issued by another person. I have pleaded guilty and paid the fine. However it was only later that I realised tfl had never advised me about an out of court settlement. I have read others in my situation settled it out of court. Was it wrong for tfl for not telling that i could have settled it out of court. I would like to become a children’s nurse however a criminal conviction of this sort may hinder may chances. Can i still reclaim back the fine i paid and opt
  7. i was given a single justice Procedure for using a travel mandate issued by another person. I have pleaded guilty and paid the fine. However it was only later that I realised tfl had never advised me about an out of court settlement. I have read others in my situation settled it out of court. Was it wrong for tfl for not telling that i could have settled it out of court. I would like to become a children’s nurse however a criminal conviction of this sort may hinder may chances. Can i still reclaim back the fine i paid and opt for the out of court settlement instead. I feel as if it is not fair at all that tfl have treated me this way it is my rights to know all the outlining options i have and avoid a criminal conviction. 

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