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monkeybrains74
post Thu, 16 Nov 2017 - 20:55
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Hi.

First of all, I am full aware it's my own doing and even though the last offence was a genuine error on my part, it is still my own fault

The last offence took place on the 12/10/17. The road is a duel lane i.e. 2 lanes going the same direction (and 2 the other) through a town and I assumed wrongly that it was a 40 limit when it was in-fact a 30.

A policeman with a radar caught me doing 35 and so received a FPN a few days later.

I send the form back and this morning received the below:

"A further endorsement of 3 penalty points makes you liable for disqualification through the 'totting up' process. This can no longer be dealt with at the fixed penalty stage and xxxxxx Police will contact you in due course"

I checked earlier on the DVLA site and this is showing the below:


SP30
Penalty points: 3
Offence date: 25 Feb 2017

SP30
Penalty points: 3
Offence date: 2 May 2016

SP30
Penalty points: 3
Offence date: 18 Oct 2014
Expired

This shows that at the time, I had 9 points but the 3 on the 18th October came off just 6 days after the date of offence.

I'm really asking if anyone has any advice regarding my court appearance. I wish to accept fault but would like to know what I can possibly do to reduce any ban. Should I get legal representation?

The DVLA site is now showing I only have 6 points, so I guess the 3 expired came off and any for this latest offence are yet to be added?
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post Thu, 19 Apr 2018 - 11:24
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QUOTE (monkeybrains74 @ Thu, 19 Apr 2018 - 12:10) *
Can I ask what this means (full court hearing)?


A hearing before a normal Magistrates' Court, presided over by either three "lay" magistrates or a District Judge. That was how all motoring matters that went to court were dealt with before the introduction of the "Single Justice" procedure.
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monkeybrains74
post Thu, 19 Apr 2018 - 11:34
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QUOTE (NewJudge @ Thu, 19 Apr 2018 - 12:24) *
QUOTE (monkeybrains74 @ Thu, 19 Apr 2018 - 12:10) *
Can I ask what this means (full court hearing)?


A hearing before a normal Magistrates' Court, presided over by either three "lay" magistrates or a District Judge. That was how all motoring matters that went to court were dealt with before the introduction of the "Single Justice" procedure.


Thank you.

So the only difference is the "Single Justice" procedure has less people and there isn't any cause for concern?
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post Thu, 19 Apr 2018 - 11:51
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As you can’t present your case before a single justice (he works with just a legal advisor in an office) asking for a hearing to present an EH case could only ever result in what you now have.


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post Thu, 19 Apr 2018 - 11:59
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Okay, thank you.
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