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i assume so,
can you tell from the codes LC20, CU80, SP30 and TS10? as far as i know, he got (3) SP30 - caught by a camera and he then identified himself as the driver, (2) CU80 - caught by a policeman while talking on his mobile while driving, (1) L2 - caught by a policeman driving a manual car with a licence which allow only automatic cars,
should he calls up the transport dept to find out
so is it correct that the key question is whether he has gone to a court to settle the case or not,
that he was caught by a policeman is not the issue, am i correct?
as far as i know he has not gone to any court for any of his traffic offences,
so he does not need to disclose these offences on his application for citizenship, am i correct?
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