Further to our call.
Yes contact Bath magistrates in the morning , explain what has happened and that you had originally been offered a fixed penalty which was accepted, and the £100 fine paid.
Due to some failure at the other end the licence was not accepted in the post by them.
You were then charged with failure to provide details, which were in fact provided, you pled not guilty to that and the charge was dropped.
However the speed fine was high, especially as you had already accepted and paid the £100.
Hopefully a justice can review this an amend the fine imposed they have the power to do this.
if they don't, then you can appeal the sentence ie fine to the crown court.
You need to inform the magistrates court of this within 21 days of your sentence/notification.
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