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Mr R received a summons to Court for failing to furnish information. Upon receipt of the summons Mr R contacted Paul Turner at Cunninghams Draycott Browne for advice. Mr R had instructed Paul that he was not the keeper of the vehicle and that he was on holiday at the time of the alleged speeding offence.
Paul advised Mr R that he would have strong prospects for success at trial and advised Mr R to enter a not guilty plea.
Representations were made to the Crown Prosecution Service, but the case ultimately ended up proceeding to trial at Bromley Magistrates Court, Surrey.
Prior to the commencement of the trial, strong representations were made to the Prosecutor at Court highlighting the weakness in the prosecution case, and we were ultimately successful in persuading the prosecution to offer no evidence against Mr R.
Mr R was awarded a defendants’ costs order after the case was dismissed, and did not incur any penalty points.
Mr R had been worried as he already had 6 penalty points endorsed on his licence and a further 6 points for an offence of failing to furnish information could have resulted in a disqualification for a period of six months under the totting up procedure.
If you find yourself summonsed to Court for alleged speeding offences or even failing to furnish information, or if you have any issues with penalty points on your licence contact us and we will always endeavour to obtain the best result for you.