I didn't say they cannot offer "notice of proceedings" - what I asked is how can I obtain copies of their "evidence"
1. I know their claim I was doing 35 mph is wrong as I have three calibrated instruments on my vehical that tell me what speed I was travelling
so before preceeding further I require two items of information - how do I get them
1. A copy of the calibration of their equipment when it arrived at the site - a legal requirement
2. A copy of the photgraphic evidence - also required by law - as there may be other vehicles or objects that could cause an erroneous reading
hope that's clear
I said I was NOT doing more than 33mph - that is allowing the 10% + 2mph required by law but is the very worst situation
In just the same way the law must be 30mph the tolerance is 35mph - which is an interesting number - as they claim I was doing "exactly" 35 mph - a very unlikely value
From the experience I have (over 45 years) it is likely to be just over 30mph or "wildly" over (40ish mph) ie genuine speeding - not exactly on the 35 mph limit - below is the tolerances
What exactly is such a speeding issue likely to compromise anything - the schools had closed and was just the normal commuter traffic of which I was one of many (as every morning) - so did they catch many people over the limit or just me - wierd !!!