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Place: Blackpool Magistrates Court

Offence: Failing to Furnish Information

Defence: Persuading the Crown Prosecution Service to discontinue the case

Millars Solicitors represented Miss W who appeared before Blackpool Magistrates Court for the offence of failing to furnish information whereby she would receive between 6-8 penalty points or be disqualified for the offence.

We were able to persuade the Court to discontinue proceedings against the defendant on the basis that she accepted the originating offence of speeding. Miss W’s case was that she did receive the Notice of Intended Prosecution, signed, dated and returned it in the post. The Police say that they did not receive the returned Notice of Intended Prosecution and therefore a not guilty plea was entered. The Crown Prosecution Service accepted Miss W’s position and that offence was discontinued.


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