The Police Officer Did Not Tell Me The Speed Alleged

Question:

Speeding

The police officer did not tell me what speed I was doing and on my form issued by the police officer it says reported speed 30mph not the summons speed of 51 mph I also had a witness with me in the van at the time.

Louise Says:

The officer is only required to tell you the nature of the alleged offence when he stops you he does not have to tell you the specifics of the allegation I’m afraid.

Do you not accept that you were speeding at the time of the alleged offence? I assume that you have been summonsed for driving at 51 mph in a 30 speed limit. You are going to have to cast a doubt on the police evidence of speed if you want to try and defend this matter.

Have you got any points on your licence already? If so, how many?

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