Failing to Stop for the Police

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M23Law specialise in defending clients on all types of Motoring / Road Traffic offences cases such as failing to stop for the police:
Where a driver is not stopped by the police at the time of an alleged offence, a Notice of Intended Prosecution (‘NIP’) will normally be sent to the registered keeper of the vehicle within 14 days. Section 172 (2) of the Road Traffic Act 1988 states that; Where the driver of a vehicle is alleged to be guilty of an offence to which the section applies:

(a) The person keeping the vehicle shall give such information as to the identity of the driver as he may be required to give (by the police), and
(b) Any other person shall if required as stated above give any information which it is in his power to give and may lead to the identification of the driver.

Defence cases include:
- No notice was received; evidence of postal interruptions/difficulties, access difficulties to your address, mail theft.
- Response was sent but not received by the police

Penalty: Maximum fine: £1,000 6 penalty points or Disqualification from driving.

Contact us as soon as possible on guidance on information to provide. If you have received a postal requsition to attend court for an offence under this section, contact us. 

We are able to offer private representation for all types of motoring offences under our Agreed Fixed Fee (AFF). 

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