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What was the date of the offene?
did you respond to the NIP naming yourself as the driver?
Thanks for the information
If you named the driver but just didn’t accept the fixed penalty then the worst that will happen is that they will summons you for speeding.
But you can plead guilty by post and, generally speaking, you don’t get much extra at court then you would under the fixed penalty. The fines are slightly higher but the points are not usually.
Equally though, they may forget to summons you especially in the current crisis.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if you need more information.
Then you would probably be prosecuted for failing to identify which carries 6 points and a much higher fine.
Not for speeding per se. Lying over speeding is a quick way to custody.
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Lying would be making a false declaration on a NIP or the like. That is perverting the course of justice which is going to lead to custody.
You haven't done that.
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