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I have today filled in a Statutory Declaration for three separate claims of fair evasion. They were taken to court and I was found guilty in my absence and ordered to pay three fees. For each of these however I received none of the information (ie. the original fine and then latterly the court summons) and have now had my Statutory Declaration accepted.


I was told this means it'll go back to the prosecuting person. So I'm guessing it'll go back to Northern Rail who claim I tried to dodge their fairs


My question is this:


1) Would it be reasonable to contact Northern Rail and ask to settle this without it going back into court?


2) What happens next? I don't remember the fines being issued but don't want to claim in court that I never had them because if I'm found to be lying then it's worse.


Thanks in advance

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when you were stopped by rail staff did you give a current address?

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