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Hi Hoping I am in the right forum here. My motorbike was stolen and then due to fingerprints and blood being found on the parts left behind when they dropped it, 3 youths were taken to court. Unfortunately on the day, the prosecutor told me that police had not correctly marked up the fingerprint evidence and no statement had been put in with the blood evidence, the judge would not allow a delay and threw the case out of court - which leaves me well out of pocket even with insurance! Is there anything at all I can do to try and claim some money back - I know even if it hadn't been thrown out of court I would have probably got the '50p a week is all I can afford' brush off, but its so annoying that these 3 scumbags walk away due to police incompetence!

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Sounds like you need to take professional legal advice. Especially since you are dealing with criminal activity.


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Why are you 'out of pocket' it was either stolen or it wasn't, finding out who was responsible should not affect your insurance claim?

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Legal advice will make no difference to the op's position. Even a conviction would probably not have as the offenders probably have nowt.

 

The offenders have got away with it due to lack of evidence provided by plod.

 

As long as the op has a crime reference number to give his insurers the claim should be settled by the insurer.


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