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did the offence happen in UK?
Ok, when are you in court?
If you attend court an offer a plead to speeding in exchange for dropping the failing to identify then they would probably accept that.
Failing that, you do have a defence to the charge of failing to identify as if you didn’t receive the S172 notice then you couldn’t name the driver. You would have to give evidence and you would have to be reasonably credible on the point but they can’t gainsay this account so there is a good chance.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Yes, that is what I just said?
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