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Intentions to prosecute following a speeding incident notice duration ?


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Hello,

 

Apologies if this is a bit of a mess first timer

I was in Wales last July the 25th 2012 and was stuck behind a coach for 20 miles up the brecon mountains, when we reached the bottom there was a straight which I over took a coach not looking at my speed, I do no I was speeding but not the amount I was presented with by the officer with a speed gun, my issue is not the speed but the duration they served the intension to prosecute, What time do they have to serve the notice if any ? as when I received it from the police in Wales it is 6 months and 2 weeks the net said 6 month ? is this true or is there no time limit to serve an ItP.

Thank you.

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If you were stopped at the time and reported for the offence, they have 6 months to lay the information at the magistrates court, it can be later that the summons is actually served. The date that the information was laid should be on the summons.

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