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  1. The rear of our car was flashed doing 35mph in a 30mph zone by a parked up mobile van, there is only one photograph from the police as we requested photographic evidence, but it is impossible to tell who was driving at the time as there is only a small part of the top of the drivers head visible, we have no clue as to who was driving, what do we do now? Any advice would be great guys thanks
  2. Police can now instantly identify Blue Badge misusers SCOTLAND ONLY READ MORE HERE: http://www.scotland.police.uk/whats-happening/news/2016/january/police-can-now-instantly-identify-blue-badge-misusers
  3. In May, I took my family to Derbyshire for the day. During the day my wife and I both took turns driving. At some point we allegedly, drove 58mph in a 50mph zone passed a mobile speed camera. I have received a NIP and sent it back requesting photographs of the vehicle in order to identify who was driving at the time. I received the photographs which are of the rear of the car, and do not dhow the driver. I have written to the derbyshire police, and explained that I can not absolutely confirm who was driving the vehicle at the time of the alleged offence. (as we took turns driving and neither of us remember seeing a mobile speed camera, otherwise as would have checked our speed!). I have offered to take the blame for the offence, as I do not think it necessary to waste the courts time. I will accept the fixed penalty (and points if necessary) however if I state emphatically that I was driving I may be committing fraud as I am not certain. I have now received a letter "AS you are still unable to identify the driver at the time of the alleged speeding offence, the case papers will be passed to the Criminal Justice department for the consideration of instigating proceedings. As a result you may receive a summons to attend court". Now going to court will mean time off work, which will cost me more than £60, I want to avoid court. Do I simply write back to them and accept full responsibility even though I don't know if I was driving? Cheers
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