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I missed a court date driving offence. I was convicted

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I missed a court date for a driving offence. I was convicted in my absence.can I appeal it
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Republic of Ireland Law
Expert:  Ronan replied 1 year ago.
Yes, on the assumption that it is a district court conviction. You should lodge a notice to appeal with the court office within 14 days of the conviction.If you have gone beyond the 14 days, you must first make an application to the district court for an extension of time for leave to appeal on.
You should also ask the court to fix recognisance so that the conviction from district court is stayed.Your local court office will assist you with the relevant forms. Your local court office will assist you with the relevant forms