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snowdragon
post Sat, 3 Mar 2018 - 18:47
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Evening all,

I received a NIP/S172 form for speeding on X date. I completed the form and sent it back to the police. I was slightly confused as the car I didn't think I was there at the time, nor the speed alleged - and CCTV backs this up from my address. I made a phone call to the police and was told the offence wouldn't be discussed, and should I wish to do so a Court hearing would be the correct place to discuss my concerns. I noted the concerns on the S172 form within the comments box.

I heard nothing for a few months then received a summons.

However, the offence date on the summons charge sheet contains a completely different date to the NIP/S172 notice. The statement attached also shows a different date. The dates are not one or two days out, but nearly 4 weeks.

The vehicle has a number of people insured to drive it. The registered keeper, me, received no further NIPs/S172 notices.

It seems I am charged on the basis of the original response to X date, and been charged for an offence on Y date. I responded naming a driver for X date, not Y date - and of course I wasn't to know they wanted a driver for Y date.

Any thoughts before I respond to the summons?
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post Sun, 4 Mar 2018 - 15:38
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QUOTE (The Rookie @ Sun, 4 Mar 2018 - 14:27) *
Seems likely he has a summons?


Unlike some, I can actually read. I can also exercise critical thinking and question the validity and accuracy of purported facts.

Depending on whether s. 29(4) CJA 2003 is in force or not, public prosecutors issuing a summons (as opposed to an SJPN or postal requisition) is either merely vanishingly rare or unlawful.


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post Sun, 4 Mar 2018 - 16:48
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QUOTE (andy_foster @ Sun, 4 Mar 2018 - 15:38) *
QUOTE (The Rookie @ Sun, 4 Mar 2018 - 14:27) *
Seems likely he has a summons?


Unlike some, I can actually read. I can also exercise critical thinking and question the validity and accuracy of purported facts.

Depending on whether s. 29(4) CJA 2003 is in force or not, public prosecutors issuing a summons (as opposed to an SJPN or postal requisition) is either merely vanishingly rare or unlawful.


Apologies it is a postal requisition. My reference to summons is simply what I called it generically.
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post Tue, 13 Mar 2018 - 14:28
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Trial date set.
Let's see what the CPS have to say. No file as yet!
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