I was caught speeding at 53mph on a 30mph road, what will happen?

I was caught speeding at 53mph on a 30mph road at 2 am. Police have sent the case to court and I have pleaded guilty. I was there for camping and my heater broke so I travelled to get a new heater. Temp was 3c.
I have prepared the case by myself with all evidence. I just want to know if anyone ease had the same scenario and what was outcome?

Asked on 7 December 2023 by aimen ammar

Answered by David Ross
You can read our guide to speeding fines and penalties here: www.honestjohn.co.uk/advice/speeding-fines/. We cannot predict the outcome of your situation as it depends on the circumstances and the actions of the magistrates.
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