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I was pulled over for speeding, the calibrated speedometer varied between 90 and 110mph for a distance of 2km.
I have the option to plead guilty by post. However they have clearly made an error with my contact name.
What would happen if I did respond saying no such person lives at this address? I've gained legal advice else where and they are suggesting its worth a shot. But it sounds as if you're against that idea.
And if I plead guilty by post what would be the possible outcomes? Would you recommend attending court? I've got a clean licence and no criminal convictions against my name.
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