Represented a client who had been served with a notice of intended prosecution. Such a notice must be served within 14 days of the offence and failing to respond to it within 28 days is often more serious that the original offence. In this case, failing to respond to the notice would have meant six penalty points and a fine for the driver.
However, the original speeding offence would only have attracted only three penalty points. We were able to prove that our client had received the notice outside of the time limit thus avoiding six points on his licence.