You have been sent a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) in regards to a speeding offence. Through one thing or another you have failed to reply to it naming who the driver of your vehicle at the time was. You accept this and have been summoned to attend court as you will be facing 6 penalty points and a fine of up to £1000 for failing to furnish driver details. You intend to plead guilty to failing to furnish driver details, but then are made aware that the CPS are intending to prosecute for the original offence of speeding as well! If you find yourself in this scenario, look no further, as we are highly likely to represent you to secure your acquittal of the “substantive offence”!