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  • Premier Icon jonnyboi
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    I believe so

    tymbian
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    The chap that drove into me back in April was due to attend court wednesday this week charged with driving without due care and attention. All I can find out from the rtc team is that a. He didnt attend b. Court is adjourned until Oct ( possibly for sentencing) & c. The court hearing result was ‘proven in absence’.
    I take it that means he was found guilty as charged… is this a correct assumption.

    timba
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    IANAL, but I think that the defendant could still appeal the verdict

    Premier Icon shipton47
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    They can still appeal conviction for a variety of reasons.

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