The address on the agreement and default notice...that is your current address and you resided there in 2013 ? The debt is over 6 years old now so iIt wont show on your credit files...it may if you can get a copy of an older report....6/8 months back.I would be concentrating on this incorrect bank/account number. ?
You need to get this statement submitted by the latest on Monday it should have already been submitted by the 18th Jan.......I take it you have not received the claimant's statement yet ?
You thinks correctly. The police have no obligation to release any photographs they may have in connection with criminal proceedings. Before you are asked to enter a plea you should have been served with the evidence the prosecution intends to rely on to convict you. That will probably include a photograph to identify the vehicle. And that's that.
Pursuing what you mistakenly believed were your rights has cost you dearly. You should have been offered a speed awareness course for that speed (provided the offence was not in Scotland and you had not done one in the last three years). Cost about £100, half a day of your time, but no points. The alternative was a fixed penalty of £100 and 3 points. Now, provided you plead guilty, you will pay a fine of a third of a week's net income, a surcharge of 10% of the fine (Min £32) and £85 costs. And three points.
Were you driving on that road at that time?
if not “not guilty”.
If you were driving on that road at that time: Are you sure you weren’t speeding? If so “not guilty”.
If you aren’t sure you weren’t speeding..... why do you think they believe you were?
you can use civil law to pursue the GDPR issue with the police (though, as I’ve stated: it may not do you any benefit).
The court isn’t bound by any duty under GDPR that the police may (or may not) have.
I can only repeat, the duty of the magistrates regarding verdict is “is the offence proven beyond all reasonable doubt?”.
They can’t, and won’t, be influenced by the GDPR issues at that stage, and you are misguided if you continue to believe that it will make a difference to their verdict.
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