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Posted on: Yesterday, 15:32


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It would be the first residents association with such a possession, the very title suggests it’s unlikely.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 15:15


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No, they can just turn up with the witness again. (Question now edited from the above post)

You’ve been asked a whole raft of questions to try and understand what your actual defence was (you have to share it before a trial anyway) and other details, of you don’t answer then you can’t realky expect much help.

Also please don’t block quote, edit to what your answering it makes it a lot easier to follow your thread.

We’ll add opinions until you can add facts we can comment on. The moderators on this sight like to do the moderating ethemselves by the way.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 15:08


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Your appeal will be heard as a fresh case as you’ve been told, so reading what you wrote as an appeal is a waste of time, what you need is a defence which currently you haven’t indicated really what it will be.

And your sound reason (or what you think was a sound reason) was?

You don’t need to flag that you may be a troll....
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Posted on: Yesterday, 14:17


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There is no negative inference, her evidence in court renders her statement a nullity, especially as it wasn’t legally a statement anyway if it wasn’t signed. In other words it’s a total irrelevance.

Your use of the word traveller is ringing alarm bells at where you may have got some of your information.

The first appeal is held as a fresh trial, anything that went before is irrelevant, no findings of fact will be carried over.

Have you asked for leave to appeal?
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Posted on: Yesterday, 10:43


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I don’t drive much in India, but cycle a lot, doesn’t take long to get the hang of it, on a bike speed and mobility is key!

Red to green is horrible if are rubbish at driving I think..... it’s different not better for worse.

Priority a droite is rare but well signed when it applies, as a blanket it was stupid but has been removed since the 1970’s.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 07:24


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If you think logically, the first NIP has to be served in the registered keeper within 14 days, that person has 28 days to respond, so even if there was a requirement (there isn’t, that’s for the addressee to respond) it would be a illogical in the extreme for it to be 28 days.

Have you got a link to any of those sites where it says 28 days as I strongly suspect you’ve misread them, or perhaps it relates to council PCNs.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 05:48


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If it was live at the time, then yes, we had one case on here where the rider had been rolling and saw it go red and amber and misjudged it and went through before the green and was snapped.

Love his thinking, my cars faster than yours as I’m happy to jump the red lights...... it’s why the french lights go red to green, effectively they stay just red where we get the red/amber phase, much fairer race start light system.
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Posted on: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 - 16:03


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sorry, got confused, you can do a change of keeper.
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Posted on: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 - 15:40


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Yes you can.
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Posted on: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 - 15:02


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You could go online and update the V5C now, any update will be on the PNC Tuesday.

You could leave it two weeks and then call the Police if you know who operates that camera?
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Posted on: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 - 10:27


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While the court can punish with a disqualification, for that length of time into red it’s vanishingly unlikley and in fact is likley to be dealt with by the single justice without you needing to attend.
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Posted on: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 - 08:00


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You stated the money spent by them, you are now adding money spent by unrelated parties and have of course missed off the money that was indisputably spent by the Russian government (with or without collusion which is the legal issue).

Still I don’t expect you to understand that.

As an aside you earlier mentioned the Chumps achievements without actually giving any, I gave you a long list of negative ones you couldn’t read, perhaps you could give me any list of his achievements.

At the end you can add approving the continued arms sales to a foreign dictatorship that has admitted sending a specialist team to illegally kidnap a journalist and who were so incompetent (despite having a long list of specialists) that not only did they kill him ‘accidentally’ but then instead of coming clean spent 17 days denying it and and doing their level best to clean up the mess (badly). Donald Trump seems to believe the stated intended actions entirely acceptable by calling their investigation a good first step!
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Posted on: Sun, 21 Oct 2018 - 07:11


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How much has the advice on here cost so far?
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Posted on: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 20:20


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QUOTE (Tank Engine @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 20:41) *
No; if you're being serious, you're evidently not a mathematician.

From someone who struggles to divide 1191 by 692 and realise it’s a value less than 2, that’s amusing.

And I’m just a humble engineer.
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Posted on: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 19:59


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The Supreme Court called it effectively binding as well.......
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Posted on: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 19:39


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Posted on: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 19:31


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QUOTE (Tank Engine @ Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 13:37) *
"Yuuge" enough for him to win, despite almost all the MSM being against him, and with his campaign spending only a dime to every quarter of Biliary's... ;-)

More alternative facts? Certainly Clinton spent more, but less than twice as much, not 2.5 times as much, still expecting a chimp supporter to cope with that maths is optimistic.
https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/graphics...gn-fundraising/
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Posted on: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 17:59


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Good result, shows that despite the perception they are not all evil automatons!
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Posted on: Sat, 20 Oct 2018 - 06:55


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I understand all of that, and I do sympathise with you with the dilemmas involved, what you should have done was get some advice as soon as you were aware of the court action, written and submitted a witness stament straight away and then tried to get some agreement from the court and prosecutors as to how your daughter’s case could progress fairly given her condition, rocking up at the hearing with what you had was only ever going to end one way. And I mean ONLY EVER.
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Posted on: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 - 19:12


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Of course, I shouldn’t expect a Trump supporter to be able to read that far, sorry.
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Posted on: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 - 09:03


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QUOTE (snow_uk @ Fri, 12 Oct 2018 - 16:10) *
I clearly remember driving past the barrier when the light was amber


QUOTE (The Rookie @ Fri, 12 Oct 2018 - 19:39) *
You’d be surprised at the number of people who definitely crossed on amber who then get pictures showing they most definitely did not.

+1...

I think it's a combination of
1/ People look away from the lights before actually passing
2/ You can't see the lights when you get to them anyway

It could be much worse than 3pts £100 of course, BTP are quite ready to use the harsher penalties by taking people to court though unlikely for your transgression.
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Posted on: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 - 06:05


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Built that wall?
Repealed Obama care and replaced it with something better? (Who knew healthcare could be so hard after all?)
Chosen ‘the best people’?
Drained the swamp?
Carpet bombed ISIS?

Or
Jailed young children of ASYLUM SEEKERS in open cage pens, getting the kids (aged as young as 6) to sign disclaimer documents while the 'responsible adult' being from ICE (no conflict of interest there).
Handed out massive tax cuts to the rich
Reversed the activity of the EPA in protecting Americans
Badly let down the American citizens of Puerta Rico who are still in dire straights with respect to power and water
Ruined Medicare by squeezing budgets without actually repealing OR adding something better
Had the highest turnover in key positions ever
The most scandals in key positions ever, he filled the swamp
The highest number of prosecutions of people who were in key positions ever
Still only filled 2/3 of the White House staff positions, but many he has filled are with complete incompetents like Betsy DeVoss, or Ben Carson.
A 2 year investigation into Russian collusion, if they had found nothing it would have been done in 4-6months, the final report is expected next month.
Can’t stop lying, ever, he lies so much if he said his house was white I’d have to go check it still was. Starting with biggest inauguration audience ever (period) and hasn’t stopped since. According to non partisan Politifact 85% of his facts are wrong, yes 85%, I mean you couldn’t even be that bad accidentally!
https://www.politifact.com/personalities/donald-trump/

Having some experience of dealing with one, it seems to me pretty clear that Trump is a sociopath, or at least has strong sociopathic tendencies.

Effective, yes, just not at being a good president. In 20 days the US will speak. A blue wave is coming, the GOP will lose the house, the senate is too close to call, in some states there has been as much as a 15% swing according to the polls, even Fox (to be renamed Trump) news polls.
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Posted on: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 - 05:45


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I would agree the case hasn’t been handled well from start to finish, but not by the court I’m afraid. You (and your daughter) I feel were far to casual about it, ill prepared, and have ended up where you are now. The court could never aquit of the S172 without the key witness being there, ever. It sounds like you didn’t even try submitting a witness statement, so there was no evidence at all on which to find her not guilty.

I think it’s inevitable your daughter will have anxiety facing a court hearing, you either have to decide now to not try and defend it at all or that she will go regardless of how anxious she is on the day, otherwise you’ll be in the same situation again. The only possible get out is if the prosecution will agree to a witness statement without wishing to cross examine, but I really doubt they will.
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Posted on: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 - 05:35


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Date of sale is irrelevant, even less relevant is the date they paid you for the sale, what was relevant was when you could no longer be considered the registered keeper.

Just as well some courts treat the offence and S172 as alternatives or your ignoring advice could have lead to 9 points as has previously happened on here before, that could have ended up being an expensive lesson.
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Posted on: Thu, 18 Oct 2018 - 17:27


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What matters is if he was given a fixed penalty notice, not some other random communication that could be called a ‘ticket’.

And then what he did with it.
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