Turned the wrong way - avoiding penalty points
I would like to ask for your advice on the below issue.
The incident happened on x at the corner of x and x (London ).
Despite of the sign â€˜one wayâ€™ (green arrow to straight ahead), I turned left from Great Windmill St. I was caught on the spot and admit my mistake, too. I also accepted the fixed penalty (please see the attached document).
I wonder if there is any way to avoid the penalty points on my driving license â€“ without going to the court. This was the first incident I had since I drive in the UK (for 4 years now); my job is related to driving on a daily basis therefore I would appreciate your suggestion / advice to prevent any additional penalty.
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Clarke v CPS 2013 EWHC 366 (Admin)
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