Yes, I said words to the effect of 'clearly it is my fault but he was trvelling so fast I misjudged hs speed; however I was in shock and I said this on the basis of an assumption that motorists were always deemed at fault in these situations and I didn't want to appear that I was trying to deny my part in the collison
Hi Jo, thank you, sorry the tip is so small but as I say, money is a bit tight.
Would my mitigation be likely, if I were to plead guilty from the outset, to 'reduce' my punishment - ie fine/points?
You're welcome and I will book mark you, very clear and unambiguous answers.
I will be careful how I put things, but will try to get that point across. Do you think it would help if I related my 'character' in with my mitigation? Never had a fault accident, worked in NHS, (emergency department) all my working life and know full well the risks of the road, I've spent my life helping people, assisting in saving lives and have saved quite a few by my own hand.
I'm devastated by this Jo, I really am, I'm not careless person and I want to try to get this across.
FOR JO C
Ok thanks for you help Jo.
All the best,