I commute into London daily from Maidenhead with First Great Western. On Friday I was in Belfast and my husband used my season ticket to travel into London on his way to Paris. I didn't know he had my ticket until he mentioned that he had borrowed it. Anyway on his return journey back to Maidenhead today he was caught by an on board inspector. He has given a statement. This is the first time he has used my ticket as and both of us were naively unaware of the serious consequences of this. They said to him that they may contact me for a statement too, I guess this is to establish if I aided and abetted him in using my ticket and travelling with intent of not paying a fare. We are very worried about the consequences- especially the potential jail term. Apart from this we are both law abiding citizens with no criminal record. So I guess we will be looking at an offence under the RoRA and potentially fraud too? In terms of outcome we would both like to avoid imprisonment, best scenario obviously would be an out of court settlement. I'm after advice as to what to do next? I am getting legal advice too. How long will it take to get the notice of intended prosecution letter? Do we need to wait for that before we write to FGW to apologise or can we do that now? Any help/steer much appreciated.