I completely agree. At the very least they have admitted some incredible error and I think that they have a responsibility to keep you very closely updated.
It's up to you – but frankly I would be sending a letter of claim immediately. I still find it very interesting that the "apparent" recipient has blocked your communications. I think you should send broadly the letters that I suggested last week. It's a shame that they haven't already been sent – but in view of the new information that you have had from DHL, maybe that one can be tweaked. I wouldn't hang around any longer – but you may feel differently.
Indeed not. "Out-of-time" prosecutions are extremely rare. With the introduction of the SJ procedure an automatic system was introduced which, simultaneously, produces a "written charge" (which is the document that effectively begins court proceedings) and the SJPN. The written charge is usually transmitted electronically to the court office and the listing department returns a date for the matter to go before a SJ. The SJPN is then populated with the hearing date and is sent to the defendant (together with an evidence pack).
No news from dhl after the email sent Friday morning. It’s getting on for nearly 3 weeks now since it was ‘delivered‘. If they know it’s in Cologne (as of Thursday 23 Jan) then why are there no updates...
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