You have to be really careful at this stage. If you have arrived at this page you need to EMAIL EMMA PATTERSON and ask for advice in relation to your NIP so that she can check that you have come to the right conclusion.
If you think you have a defective NIP you must still name the driver if you know the answer. A defective NIP is only a defence to the original allegation. If after emailing Emma it’s agreed that you have a defective NIP then the advice will be that you name the driver and the reject the fixed penalty offer for the original offence and ask for a court hearing. There are always risks in litigation – so contact us before you take this approach.