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Based on what you have submitted the prosecution may then decide to withdraw the case against you with respect to failing to provide the relevant information about the driver.
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You may change your plea with respect to the speeding to guilty. You would receive credit for this. This however is a separate offence with respect to notifying them of the driver. You would therefore also have to decide whether to also plea guilty for this. It is for the prosecution to decide whether or not you having pleaded guilty for the speed to not pursue the other offence
You can change your plea at any time before being sentenced. So you can do so when next you got to court. if you do a fine is likely to be imposed and that will conclude the matter,
I have already said that as this matter is before the court it has to be concluded at court. You no longer have the option of paying through the London Collection and Compliance Centre.