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Who on earth is the "Victim" on my court fine for speeding?


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Sent my fine and paper licence in pre addressed envelope, but according to DVLA was never received.

 

Consequence was that I ended up with a court date, went and pleaded guilty.

 

35 in a 30!!

 

Duty solicitor dealt with it in court and I was there about ten mins.

 

Fine arrives in the post and includes a "Victim" charge,

are they really allowed to get away with this??

 

Can somebody please explain "who the victim is?" as it was a flipping fixed speed camera.

 

What sort of government con is this????:???:

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Its a statutory charge. Goes to road fund or victim support or something.

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Motorists guilty of minor 'crimes' such as parking misdemeanors are to be hit with a £15 surcharge to help victims of domestic violence or sex attacks.

 

The amount will be added to fixed penalty tickets given out by police for breaking parking regulations, contravening a stop sign, speeding and even having dirty windows.

Motorists will be forced by law to pay the charge – even though their offence has no 'victim'.

 
 

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It's a staturory charge levied on (just about) everyone convucted of an offence, which goes to pay for services for victims of crime in general. It has nothing to do with the victims of your particular crime (if there are any).

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