@poly, sadly, I agree - there is nothing to be gained by writing to the Magistrate. But I feel we should protest, in some way.
Edit: wait though - didn't she lie in her evidence? Said she stopped, then said she didn't stop?
Why wasn't that picked up and she charged with perjury there and then? As for the prosecutor Stephen Poole "a routine case of driving without due care and attention" - if he's that jaded and cynical possibly he should consider a new career.
IS driving without due care and attention "routine"? In these health-and-safety obsessed times, people drive a potentially lethal weapon so badly, so often, that it has now become "routine"?
What the hell is going on?