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Have you asked the courthouse yet to send you the stat Dec form?
No, you just fill it out and send it to court. It will be listed for a hearing and the judge will decide whether to grant it.
If the judge does then the conviction and points go. The matter may then start again but may not.
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If they can do it locally then thats great. But usually it is the Court centre which you were convicted it would have to be done.
That is the usual process, but if they can do it close to you, far better.
They may have a different listing arrangement locally that the usual procedure.
Does that clarify?
Yes I said it is the Court centre which you would have been convicted at, if you look at my post on 29/11/16.
I said your local Court may do it, but its usually the Court centre where it was dealt with.
Does that assist?