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Notice of intended prosecution

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Captiva33 · 02/01/2019 18:28

Hello I’ve just received a letter of this nature - I was in the place at the time but really didn’t know that an accident took place. I am now really worried and feeling sick with worry. What will happen? Should I reply and say I was there but unaware of any accident? Do I offer my insurance information?

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JustanotherJP · 02/01/2019 18:31

Notice of intended prosecution for what? Driving without due care and attention?

At this stage they are probably just asking if you were the driver at that time?

JustanotherJP · 02/01/2019 18:32

What exactly are they stating took place?

Heratnumber7 · 02/01/2019 18:33

Ask them for evidence you were involved in the accident.

Are you sure the letter is legit?

LIZS · 02/01/2019 19:31

Initially you need to confirm who was driving. What is the alleged offence and is there a photo attached/on reverse?

SimplySteve · 19/01/2019 02:09

Realise this is a couple of weeks ago but @Captiva33 you need to reply, or things will get a LOT WORSE. Go post of too (forum that specialises in driving offences).

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