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The letter you have written is great. It setsup your defence and, if it is true, then they can investigate it to theirhearts content and should only find evidence in your favour.
As a matter of principle, it isn't the bestidea in the course of criminal defence work to set out your defence . There'slots of reasons for it and there are occasions when one has to .
This is not such a case because there is noobligation to write defence statements and there's no inference to be drawn ifyou stay silent.
However, I think as a matter of policy, it isa good idea to send this. There is time for them to review it before the case .Your defence is not going to change and since you have a fairly cast iron alibiit doesn't really matter when you tell them.
If they don't review it then don't bedespondent. They regularly ignore these things. Just send it in in the hopethat they do consider it and if they don't prepare for a fight.
It doesn't matter for the first appearance butif they will not accept this and have a trial then your employer needs to cometo court as a statement will not be agreed and anyway that is not in sectionnine form but we can look at that later .
Can I clarify anything for you?
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