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  1. Hi wonder if you can help/advise My daughter was stopped for no reason back in October - and one of her tyres was measured and deemed to be below legal tread limit She received a single justice procedure notice on 18/03/2017 - which she is only addressing now:mad2: they day it has to be returned However on reading this document is seems that there was a fault in the procedure - maybe I'm just misreading it? This document says section RC86027 states that the tyre needed to be less than 1.6mm throughout a continuous band comprising the central three-quarters of breath of tyre and round the entire circumference of tyre However, the officer did not check the whole tyre he just turned the wheels out himself and measured one point on the tyre? She was intending on pleading guilty as she was shaken up about the whole thing she is only 18 - but how can she plead guilty for something that isn't factually correct? They only give 3 options on this form Guilty via single justice Procedure - Guilty with court hearing - Not guilty they do not offer an option that says submit plead at Also the police witness statement is written by a female officer and she didn't measure the tyre a male officer did? extra info not of any pertinence I don't think? It a pain because only the week before she had gone and had her tyres checked at a garage and they said she only needed one tyre changing and they changed that tyre. Thoughts?
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