Nobody has replied yet, I had no answers at all. I Would like to keep waiting
Thanks for your reply. Could you please tell me a bit more about this application to have the matter dismissed. Is it something I can do by myself or do I need to hire a solicitor, where to I apply and how....?
Thank you for your time and help
What about the insurance, would I still be covered in case something happen before I get charged with something, in case that would ever comes up?
If I do get charge, then how can they find me since I have now move to the Uk? Then I will have something pending,wont I? even without knowing it
I am thinking of applying for a view of my records, will it show up if is there something pending against me? In any case they will have a prove of my new address.
So how can I know if I have a prosecution pending or not?
Is there anything I can do about it before comes to court?( in case it ever comes to court? or just wait and see what happens
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