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Just received a 5 month old speeding fine.

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I just received a notice of intended prosecution for a speeding offense 5 months ago (37mph in a 30). Aside from it being so long ago, I just checked my diary & I was in a job interview at that time so couldntve been driving.

Its unlikely to be a cloned plate as I rarely venture to the town the offence took place in but on this particular day I was indeed over that way, and what is the chance of the cloned plate and myself being there on the same day. Unfortunately it was so long ago I no longer have any proof that I was in a job interview, and I dont want to contact the company I was interviewing with as I didnt get the job and would be highly embarrassed to contact them over such a thing.

Plus I am still unemployed and can't afford to pay a speeding fine.

What can I do about this?

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Without some for of evidence, nothing you can do.

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Have you received fixed images, or a link to a video ?


If not you should request them as soon as possible, along with other detail such as how your vehicle was photographed (and why you were not stopped on the day)

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I'm sure this has to be issued within 14 days and not when they feel like it. Normally the paperwork will give you a link to view the details online.

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If the car you were in was not hired and you have not moved address just prior the offence then you can reject the NIP. See here-http://www.motorlawyers.co.uk/procedure/notice_of_intended_prosecution.htm


Of course if the NIP was sent out to the registered keeper within 14 days then you are going to have to ask for fuller details.

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