Can I view the evidence of an alleged speeding offence?

I have been accused of exceeding the 30 mph speed limit - I was allegedly caught on camera doing 40mph. Are the police duty bound to submit evidence i.e, camera photo and data information to substantiate this claim?

Asked on 23 May 2024 by Roger Finch

Answered by David Ross
If you have received a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) this should include information about the time, date and location of the offence. If it does not already provide still images or a link to a video of the alleged offence, the NIP should provide information on how to view this evidence.
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