This is a complicated area of motoring law which gives rise to a number of defences. It arises because a number of offences are detected by camera, rather than by the motorist being stopped by an officer in uniform.
If the registered keeper of the vehicle involved receives such a notice he is required to provide details of the driver at the time the alleged offence was committed. His failure to do so and subsequent conviction will result in a financial penalty and six points.
Those defences that are available are entirely dependent on the circumstances of each individual case. Phil has extensive experience in the defence of these allegations and is known for his knowledge of this area of law.
If convicted, the offender may be fined up to £1000 and receive a mandatory endorsement of 6 points, even if the offender is not the driver.
Even politicians can fall foul of this particular area of law - see here