Man spends £30,000 in legal fees fighting £100 speeding effective, loses the case

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A British man has spent £30,000 of his financial savings on a failed legal battle “for justice” over a £100 speeding effective, BBC reported.

Richard Keedwell of Yate close to Bristol, mentioned a “seriously flawed” legal system meant fighting the effective had taken practically three years and used up his sons’ inheritance cash.

Keedwell,71, mentioned he was wrongly clocked doing 35mph in a 30mph zone on a day journey to Worcester in November 2016. He claimed he “was certainly not doing more than 30mph” in New Road.

Keedwell, a retired engineer, mentioned: “I used to be very shocked when a few days later I obtained the NIP [Notice of Intended Prosecution]. Continue reading through this link

British man spends £30,000 in legal fees fighting £100 speeding fine, loses the case

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