Photo used as evidence for speeding offence is unclear - should take it to court?

I've been caught speeding in a 30mph zone. One picture shows 37mph but the picture of the registration is incomplete, the second shows 35mph. I'm hardly a boy racer and have a clean licence. This seems rather mean spirited, is the divergent picture evidence good grounds for a defence at a hearing?

Asked on 5 October 2016 by harveysusser

Answered by Honest John
If they have traced the car to you then they have traced the correct registration. If you try to fight this in court the penalty will escalate maybe to six points and maybe a £1000 fine. Better to accept it and hope they send you on a speed awareness course rather then give you a fine and points.
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