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Can you just explain what you meant in your original post about it being a fatal accident. Did someone die?
You have to disclose the conviction in the form. If you do not then it will be viewed as deception which could potentially affect your application much more than the actual conviction.
Note the details of the conviction and penalty in the form.
In your covering letter you should explain the circumstances which lead to the speeding and state these as mitigating circumstances. I would not volunteer the death but if you are asked for further details relating to the conviction then you will have to tell them about it.
If there are other criminal proceedings issued then you will have to disclose these as well. Similarly, if there are any civil proceedings issued then you will also have to disclose.
If there are no further proceedings then I should think that provided you impress sufficiently the mitigating circumstances upon the UKBA then it is unlikely to detrimentally affect the application in and of itself.
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Yes, that's precisely what I am suggesting. You have to avoid deceiving or misrepresenting the situation but do not have to volunteer any details of the death to them for the purpose of this part of the form.
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