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Were you speeding?
Why does that mean you weren't speeding?
Yes, but that doesn't mean they haven't been tampered with or cannot exceed a limit other than 50 mph?
Were you told to run a defence on that basis?
I'm really sorry but Im afraid whoever has been advising you is greatly over estimating the value of that evidence.
They will have the original statement. They might well not have produced it because they are in chaos but that doesn't mean they can't lay hands on it if they need to.
In any event, they can still rely on the findings.
You can challenge that and then they will just call him to give evidence from his notes.
This is nothing like a weak case.
I'm afraid you are at risk of a large costs order.
Oh yes, they can.
They will just call him and he can give evidence from his notes.
You will be convicted.
I'm really sorry but I'm afraid that you have just plain been given unrealistic advice.
Good luck with this.
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Best of luck.
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What else would you like to know?
The CPS can bring whatever evidence they want to support a prosecution.
In terms of S.9 statement if it is not brought then you can challenge it on that basis - that is there is no continuity.
That is the only basis on which it can be challenged.
Speeding cases are not reported as they are in the Magistrates Court - these proceedings are not reported or even recorded
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
That can be used and is successful on a regular basis
Does that clarify?
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You need to get the book Archbold - it will be in there and this is the practioner book.
Have you looked in the index