With roadside speed cameras and police operated speed guns in operation, it is very easy to be caught speeding. Generally, the police have a discretion when it comes to prosecuting Speeding Offences and will not pursue any action unless and until you go over 10% of the speed limit, however this is very much their decision.
If you are caught speeding, the police must issue a Notice of Intended Prosecution within 14 days of the offence, however this may be issued by a police officer at the roadside verbally.
Being caught for speeding with often result in a fine and/or points on your license, however it could also lead to disqualification from driving.
If you are accused of Speeding, you should seek legal advice immediately.
It is vital that you receive the best advice possible and provide as much detail of the facts of your case as you can to ensure the right result for you.
MK Law is on hand to help you through all stages of the process.