- 12 Apr 2019
Yes, could be just blank because it is not applicable - as not pertinent to the matter being charged, as it were, which is about the feet on seats.The fact that the transcript regarding the valid ticket was blank suggests to me that they had not asked about this and is not the subject of their concern, rather than a ticket wasn't produced. Given that the charges do not mention fare evasion would seem to bear this out, so I am not sure that a Magistrate would infer anything to make 'you look bad on two fronts'.
see post #10 by watershed with link on how to find solicitor, but start with student union first and ask them.@clagmonster
yes the date was back in march & SJPN post first week of December.
silly question but i’m currently a student unemployed & not sure how i go about contacting a solicitor asides student union at my university for advise.
i thought the same regarding the ticket part; it felt well escalated in a short time as there isn’t even a record or a choice for me to pay the initial penalty fare of £75.
but yes i’m not disputing my feet on the seat surroundings; it was caught on body cam. could the letter i send prevent it getting to court even though the 21 appeal deadline is gone?
sorry I don't know answer ref 21 appeal deadline, but my hunch is what have you got to lose by sending such a letter. It would not make it worse.