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Can you attach the letter so I can see
Ok let me take a look
Is that all the pages?
Ok, this is all very straight forward.
You are accused of travelling without a valid ticket for the whole trip.
If this is correct and you did not have a valid ticket for the whole journey then I advice pleading guilty on the paperwork. This will save the need for having to go to court.
You will be fined and have to pay the extra fare and costs.
Sorry to say yes, that will happen whether you go to court or not.
Did you have a valid ticket for the whole journey or not.
It is not a grey matter. It is a simple yes or no,
It so a strict liability matter. You were on the train, dod not have a valid ticket you are guilty. It really is that simple.
You can plead guilty and add mitigation but you are guilty
Can I assist or clarify anything further?
Yes, you are guilty, there is no defence plead guilty on thr letter and the court will sentence that way.
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