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post Sat, 19 Aug 2017 - 12:04
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I have just got a NIP from a 'mobile unit'

It states if you wish to contest it evidence etc will be produced in magistrates court

Don't i have the right to see the evidence before the magistrates

I dont deny i was driving in the area but i refuse to believe i was doing 86mph in rush hour traffic on A34 its not physically possible
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post Fri, 25 May 2018 - 07:11
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Atkinson is an older case but still establishes the principles you should be using when trying to contend the court having no jurisdiction if the proceedings were commenced late.

It's an SJPN by the way.

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