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When you were stopped by the police in your car, were you in the car driving with another fully qualified driver authorised to supervise your driving?
The each time you were stopped by police, you have been committing a motoring law offence. They can charge you with driving otherwise than in accordance with a licence.
You are not allowed to be driving the car unsupervised on a provisional licence. Not even allowed to park the car, it is illegal.
It is possible that you can be summons to court for the offence. If that happens you would need to plead guilty as there is no defence to this offence.
You would be fined and given pints of the licence, meaning that when you pass your test your licence would come with points on it.
That is completely up to the police how and when they report the matter. It is two separate offences so they can issue two separate summons. If that happens, and you receive both before any court hearing, you could then ask the court to deal with both at the same time.
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