FAQ #4 I’ve received a notice of intended prosecution through the post, what should I do?
I’ve received a notice of intended prosecution through the post, what should I do?
Don’t do nothing! Notices of intended prosecution are often accompanied by a s.172 notice, which requires you to give information relating to the identity of the driver of your car at a particular time. Failure to respond to that notice means you have committed a further offence for which your licence can be endorsed with 6 penalty points and a fine imposed.
As soon as you receive the notice, contact us to get advice from a Road Law Barrister about your options.