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I assume it is a summons you have received? But the time is incorrect?
I assume you accept that you were speeding?
Yes at 1432 hours
Then an information can be simply amended upon application to the Court if it becomes a material issue. However just because the time is wrong does not mean you can not be prosecuted. Therefore in my view you should consider pleading guilty. If you plead not guilty the Prosecutor will amend the summons and call evidence to support the prosecution. If you lose you would be liable for fine, points and Court costs of £620 minimum.
I realise this is not the answer you want and certainly not the one I want to give you but I do have a duty to be honest.
Can I clarify anything for you about this please? Alex
Ok thats fine thanks
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