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If the duty solicitor will help then take him up on his offer.
But this isn't usually aggravated by the volume in your reading.
It is aggravated by other factors like evidence of bad driving and location of the offence so I wouldn't worry per se.
You can view the aggravating and mitigating features here
I really doubt you would get the maximum or anything like it.
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you are better with one if you can.
But it isn't essential.
The duty solicitor might help for free.
All courts have a duty solicitor. For those eligible for legal aid but who don't have a solicitor.
You are always better with a solicitor as they will mitigate usually more successfully than a lay person.
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Yes, same offence.