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Within a week it would appear that my journey to the Midlands has resulted a NPI for driving at 60 mph in a temp 50 mph zone and my trip back ended with my being stop by the a police offer; where he advised I was driving at 101 mph.
Can I quickly add, that I drive to and from the Midlands each week and have done for the last 2 years and that this is by no means a typical example of my driving.
Yes, both separate occasions - one in July and the other Nov.
First for driving at 75 mph in a 70 mph and the second 45 mph in a 40 mph - both via situated speed cameras.
In your opinion should I have legal representation at the Magistrates hearing for the second matter; especially now that I have received NPI which will increase my points to 9?
As previously mentioned; should I lose my driving license then I lose my ability to work - so yes, I do need to avoid being banned?
Would a solicitor/lawyer deal with each issue individually or would both penalty's be interlinked within the hearing for 101 mph?
So in conclusion Jo; what should be my steps in trying to avoid incurring a ban from these two issues?