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firefly
post Fri, 20 Aug 2004 - 23:28
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I am trying to build a library of all the PePiPoo cases that have had happy endings, be it written confirmation or timed out.

Can all users post the link to their (or any other cases they know about) threads so a database can be made up. Once I have a list I will edit this post and update it as and when required.

Not that we get them that often, but when the trolls appear on the site and start having a go, it would be nice to point them in the direction of people who have "had a go" and came out unscathed.

Cheers.


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post Thu, 26 Aug 2004 - 20:18
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This is what happened to me in court yesterday, i posted it in the members section first


Had a lucky result in Court today.

Brief outline of what happened;

Oct 11 last year i was stopped on the M5 between Taunton and Bridgwater for doing 98mph. The officer took me into the back of his car (i had no one with me to act as an independant witness) ran through what had happened, clocked me with hand held LTI 20-20 then did a follow check(?) where my average speed over 1.5 miles was 98mph.

He issued me with a verbal NIP to which i replied 'i do not understand the significance of those words and wish to exercise my legal right and refer to PACE the police and criminal evidence act'. He did nothing a told me to get in my car and carry on my journey.

3 months later i received my summons and on the S9 statement from the officer on the part where it says what reply did the defendant make he wrote none, lying bar steward.

After a phone call to Mika he said as i had had no independant witness in the back of the police car it was basically my word against the police officers and guess who the mags would believe?. My only option was to go for disclosure of the officers notebook.

After 5 PTR's and adjournments trying to get the notebook disclosed i received a copy of the notebook on the day i was stopped and there was no entry in it stating what i had said.

Had my trial today so on Monday i faxed the Court to change my plea to guilty, so i arrived in court today called into court i was asked to confirm my name and address, the clerk sat down the CPS bloke stood up was shuffling papers for a few seconds then said 'i'm afraid we seemed to have lost Mr. Bulletmagnets paperwork'. After a short conversation between the clerk and CPS bod the clerk turned around and said to Mags that the case against is dismissed.

Result.

I knew i was on a loser when i received the witness statement and the officer lied saying i made no reply, so i decided to give the CPS the runaround as much as i could. Thanks to Mika for the advice about trying to get disclosure of the officers notebook. Never give in and who knows you might get lucky like me.
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post Fri, 27 Aug 2004 - 08:22
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DW,

The case could be similar to what happened in this one. icon_eek.gif

On a slightly different note, are we sure that this thread is a good idea?

I know that the public servants that we are dealing with have a legendary sense of humour but do you think that we should be rubbing their noses in it like this? icon_wink.gif

Apparently Mr Frampton has deleted me form his Christmas card list. laugh.gif


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Phil
post Mon, 6 Sep 2004 - 14:40
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"Not Proven" - Success biggrin.gif

See link:
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Thanks to FireFly and JeffreyArcher icon_jook.gif

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post Mon, 6 Sep 2004 - 18:18
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[forum link]

As above smile.gif smile.gif smile.gif
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post Tue, 19 Oct 2004 - 19:10
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My timed out success in Scotland

http://forums.pepipoo.com/index.php?showtopic=985

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matt1133
post Tue, 19 Oct 2004 - 20:08
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Another Para 4 success here, for a business, which is very tricky:

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keep the results flowing   8)


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firefly
post Thu, 28 Oct 2004 - 16:58
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Just a link to add welshy's case! glasses9.gif


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firefly
post Thu, 28 Oct 2004 - 17:01
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And of course, scoobybloke's too! nike.gif


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firefly
post Fri, 29 Oct 2004 - 10:39
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And ColinR's case in Scotland. icon_madu.gif


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Divbad
post Sun, 31 Oct 2004 - 03:38
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Success!

Para 4 (it was pre-Mohindra) in Gtr Manchester police (home of the hit & run & perjury & perverting driver PC Tariq Mahmood, who still is a PC).

Much Bluff & Bluster after I returned their NiP incomplete with a letter nominating myself & 3 others: good old Mr & Mrs Hamilton - and timed out 5 months ago :-)


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post Sun, 31 Oct 2004 - 11:39
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Only just discovered this area. I guess I should add my own five time-outs. In (I think) chronological order:

One was an admitted inconclusive numberplate after a frank denial of the car being in the area (which it wasn't), one was a "failed to recognise the driver" after receiving the photo (this could have been a cloned plate as the front styling was subtlely different too). One was never put forward, despite being stopped, admitting the offence, when I was on the way to my father's death bed on Boxing Day (is there a God after all?), and two... Well, I plead the fifth, as I did at the time icon_twisted.gif
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post Tue, 2 Nov 2004 - 17:13
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Chalk up one more to yours truly, despite Observer's best efforts to derail it. icon_wink.gif
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post Tue, 2 Nov 2004 - 17:27
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I shall add mine on 28 Oct 2004

sloppy paperwork in witness statement apendices and disclosures. Sec 172 only. original NIP sent unsigned.


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rockdog
post Mon, 8 Nov 2004 - 15:09
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I can add my resent result.

pleaded guilty to 112 mph on the M180

6 points £300 fine. I was happy with that
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post Mon, 8 Nov 2004 - 15:19
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And add mine. 4th Nov, s172 only, PACE witness statement, dropped shortly before the case was to be heard (although how shortly we may never know).

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firefly
post Tue, 16 Nov 2004 - 17:19
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gilbo's paragraph 4 defence success! confused3.gif


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post Tue, 16 Nov 2004 - 17:20
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And Adrian's paragraph 4 defence success! confused1.gif


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firefly
post Sat, 20 Nov 2004 - 01:10
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A wee link to Matt_1974's case.

A PACE statement success. tard.gif


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flopper
post Sat, 20 Nov 2004 - 14:10
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I should have put these up long ago.....

Two offences on the same day in May 03 (i know!) sent back unsigned NIPs got much B&B letters but just replied with 'I have fulfilled my obligation under S172' and they timed out.

Look forward to adding a third (and after last night possibly a fourth) to the list.

Have it up 'em!


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jeffreyarcher
post Mon, 29 Nov 2004 - 03:19
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DD's sub-section (4), with a twist; he sent them a cheque (which they returned). Case here.
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