I see that my colleague has opted out.
I can confirm what she has said is absolutely correct. It appears that you
would make you were doing 29 mph and simply did not know what the speed limit
was. I can confirm that that is not a defence.
We would love to tell you that you have a brilliant defence and that you
should go to court and defend it with a view to getting off. Indeed, if we were
solicitors in practice we would probably relieve you of £1000 for doing that
but you would still get nicked anyway.
Remember that we have no vested interest in saying that you have a good
case or a bad case because we have no interest in going to court unlike the
solicitor who does not go to court who does not get paid unless he goes to
To be frank, it would be irresponsible of us to take this matter to court
(even if we could do) if you wanted to pay because you have very little, if any
chance at all, of getting off.
I appreciate this is not the answer you wanted but there is no point in me
misleading you and obviously, it is clearly unfair to rate our answer service
poor or bad simply because you do not get the answer you want.
I'm happy to give you the answer you want but it will not be the correct
Can I help further?
Please bear with me today because I am online and off-line.
Please don't forget to positively rate my answer service (even if it was
not what able to leave at any time. If you don't rate it positively, then the
site keep your deposit and I get 0 for my time. It is imperative that you give
my answer a positive rating. It doesn't give me "a pat on the head", "good boy"
(like ebay), it is my livelihood!
If in ratings you feel that you expected more or it only helped a little,