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    Well done. You really have outdone yourself. Let me explain:

    You are on a public forum which can be viewed by anyone, anywhere, and at any time. This includes lawyers, police officers, judges, etc, and the offspring thereof. If this were to be seen by any of those people involved with your case, you have just:

    - Shown you intend to lie in court.
    - Shown that this was done by your sister and not you.
    - Shown a massive willingness to break the law (and offense in itself).

    Well done. I hope yourself and your sister get banned for sure. Please let me know when your court summons is (which you will hopefully have), so I can submit this as evidence against you.

    Good day.
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    Here you are, a great read. http://m.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/feb/...g-jail-justice
    Now, you need to talk to your sister, what she was doing was wrong on soon my levels.
    - she was not insured, if she had a crash, she would off have had to pay thousands of pounds for damages. And if she killed anyone because of this, she would get a high prison sentence.
    - she had no license, if caught she would face a lot of trouble.
    - I hope she wasn't using a phone at the time, I ****ing hate it when people use their phones while driving and sincerely hope all that do offend this law, have a very nasty car related collision. The law states, it is legal for you to use a phone of any kind in a car when the engine is on.
    - speeding? No test, no license. Buck up your ideas!
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    (Original post by uberteknik)
    But, if they do that and get caught because they made a false declaration, they are guilty of perjury.

    A government minister and his ex-wife within the last few weeks, have gone to jail for 8 months each for doing just that. They got caught out 10 years after they thought they had got away with it.
    Hahah oh yeah I forgot about that story. The only reason it was found out is because Chris Huhne's wife told journalists that she took the points for him. But to be quite honest, I doubt the police care who takes the points and I highly doubt they will raise an investigation into who was the culprit. They realistically cannot prove who was driving as the photographic evidence doesn't include faces. As long as someone is fined and points are put on someone's license then the police will be happy.

    If I sound argumentative, I apologise. I am not trying to start an argumemt :-)
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    (Original post by NessEB)
    Hahah oh yeah I forgot about that story. The only reason it was found out is because Chris Huhne's wife told journalists that she took the points for him. But to be quite honest, I doubt the police care who takes the points and I highly doubt they will raise an investigation into who was the culprit. They realistically cannot prove who was driving as the photographic evidence doesn't include faces. As long as someone is fined and points are put on someone's license then the police will be happy.
    If I sound argumentative, I apologise. I am not trying to start an argumemt :-)
    true about photos, but with mobile phone technology, it would be very easy for the police to gather circumstantial evidence that the alleged driver was somewhere else at the time. But only if they wanted to, which I'm sure they wouldn't in this case... too much hassle.

    I suspect Huhne had all sorts of complications with his story, after the initial lie. It wasn't just a case of "he said, she said". How did his wife get to the airport if his car was in the car park there? Did she routinely pick him up, and if not why did she do it on this one occasion. Was her credit card used somewhere when she was supposed to be in transit to pick him up? Did anyone see her at/near home when she was supposed to be picking him up?

    Having said all that, Huhne may have been high profile, but he wasn't a dangerous driver. Perhaps the police should be focussing their attention on the OP and other like her?
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    (Original post by MsCourtney)
    She has a provisional license but was driving herself, alone.
    What ever she got she deserves, and more, Driving uninsured (automatic for an unsupervised learner , even if she is covered by a Policy.) that can be an automatic ban, 3-6 points for speeding, driving unsupervised not in accordance with the driving licence, was she displaying L plates? Hopefully £1,000+ and 12 months ban, and a long time of paying increased Insurance premiums due to stupidity and no regard for the Law. Imagine if she'd caused an accident? Hit and killed somebody? You, your sister and family could have been forced to pay compensation if it came to Court.
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    this thread is from many years ago.
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    (Original post by Devon Dad)
    What ever she got she deserves, and more, Driving uninsured (automatic for an unsupervised learner , even if she is covered by a Policy.) that can be an automatic ban, 3-6 points for speeding, driving unsupervised not in accordance with the driving licence, was she displaying L plates? Hopefully £1,000+ and 12 months ban, and a long time of paying increased Insurance premiums due to stupidity and no regard for the Law. Imagine if she'd caused an accident? Hit and killed somebody? You, your sister and family could have been forced to pay compensation if it came to Court.
    Lol if this happened then they would have served their time by now. This thread is 4 years old (despite me agreeing with the sentiment of your post)
 
 
 
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