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How can I help with this please?
Sorry, I've seen the rest of your question.
Did she pay the fixed penalty?
Is there any reason you are involved in this? I don't know whats happened here obviously but do not be manipulated. Most of the male clients are have take foolish action large as a result of the incitement of women. Male violence is almost always caused over the disputes of women or their affections. I have never seen a pub fight that wasn't caused, in some way, by women. Men get the blame because they do the acts that are offences usually but they wouldn't normally if left to their own devices.
Oh yes, but there are other ways of committing offences. Women always get men to do it for them which is why the statistics suggest women don't commit offences often. They do but they manipulate men into doing it for them.
On your primary point though, if there has been a fixed penalty then I'm not sure how there can be a prosecution.
The only way to get it struck out though is either to make an application of abuse of process or to make an application to dismiss if this is either way or indictable.
CPS might well take it over and drop it.
I can't accept instructions directly but any criminal firm would do it for her.
Or she could approach a barrister under public access.
All the best.