Speeding Photos - What information should they contain?

The police sent me a 'Notice of Intended Prosecution' for exceeding a 50mph speed restriction and along with it an offer for me to attend the Driver Awareness Training Course. I did not decline the offer of the course but asked the police for evidence that I had exceeded the speed limit so that I could consider the matter further.

In response, I have now received a 'Conditional Offer of Fixed Penalty’ and two photos as evidence.

The first photo shows 60mph and 0194.9m and the second photo, taken three seconds later, does not show either the speed or distance. Why do you think the police have left out the missing information in the second photo and can the alleged offence be based on just one photo evidence?

Why do you think the police have issued me with a 'Conditional Offer of Fixed Penalty’ when I have not turned down the offer of the Driver Awareness Training Course?

Asked on 14 December 2012 by KSP

Answered by Honest John
You have lost your chance of the Speed Awareness Court.
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