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Date. Reasons. A. Personal Sickness. B. Family Sickness. C. Bereavement (please indicate relation). D. Attendance in Court (Provide a copy of the notice to ...
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). C. Failure to Attend Court. D. No Payment. E. Payment at Half Rate. The time period for your unpaid fines will be extended beyond the time limit in this section to allow you time to make your payment. D. Appeal to the High Court. 3. The High Court or the Supreme Court. 4. The Court of Appeal and the District or County Court. 5. The Court of Criminal Appeal. You may be required to pay court costs. 6. The Local Court (where you are residing). This must include the court where you were fined. 7. The High Court and the Court of Appeal. The time period for your unpaid fines will be extended beyond the time limit in this section to allow you time to pay. 8. The County Court. The High Court in Scotland If you are found guilty of driving with insufficient insurance and the Court of Session, your case will be heard by the Scottish Court of Session. Note: If you are found guilty of driving with insufficient insurance you will be liable for a fine and be required to take an Advanced Roadside Reporting course. If you are charged with a Class A or B fixed penalty notice for driving with a motor vehicle without insurance. The Standard Minimum Fines Act 2014 introduced Standard Minimum Fines with enhanced seriousness. This means you will face an enhanced fine of £200 and will have a six month penalty period. The enhanced penalty is intended to provide an incentive to take more care when crossing roads and to increase the likelihood of successful prosecutions. To be charged under Standard Minimum Fines: You must have been convicted of causing death by dangerous driving (in circumstances where "dangerous driving" was defined in section 3)(b) of the Road Traffic Act 1988. You must have been convicted of causing death by careless driving (in circumstances where "careless driving" was defined in section 3(b) of the Road Traffic Act 1988. The conviction for careless driving must be before the date of the Court of Session or High Court date and the conviction for cause death must have been within 12 months of the Court of Session or High Court date. You must have been convicted of reckless driving (in circumstances where "reckless driving" was defined in section 3(b) of the Road Traffic Act 1988. You must have had a driving disqualification or disqualification order. You must have been convicted of driving and
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♪♪ [quot;If I Didn't Carrot;] ♪ IF I DIDN'T CARE ♪ ♪ MORE THAN WORDS CAN SAY ♪ ♪ IF I DIDN'T CARE ♪ ♪ WOULD I FEEL THIS WAY ♪ ♪ IF THIS ISN'T LOVE ♪ ♪ THEN WHY DO I THRILL ♪ ♪ AND WHAT MAKES MY HEAD GO 'ROUND AND 'ROUND ♪ ♪ WHILE MY HEART STANDS STILL ♪ ♪ IF I DIDN'T CARE ♪ ♪ WOULD IT BE THE SAME ♪ [Radio] ♪ WOULD MY EVERY PRAYER ♪ ♪ BEGIN AND END ♪ ♪ WITH JUST YOUR NAME ♪ ♪ AND WOULD I BE SURE ♪ ♪ THAT THIS IS LOVE ♪ ♪ BEYOND COMPARE ♪ ♪ WOULD ALL THIS BE TRUE ♪ ♪ IF I DIDN'T CARE FOR YOU ♪ [Speaking] IF I DIDN'T CARE, HONEY CHILD, MORE THAN WORDS CAN SAY, IF I DIDN'T CARE-- ♪♪ [Continues] [Attorney] MR. DUFRESNE, DESCRIBE THE... CONFRONTATION YOU HAD WITH YOUR WIFE... THE NIGHT THAT SHE WAS MURDERED. IT WAS VERY BITTER. SHE SAID SHE WAS GLAD I KNEW, THAT SHE HATED ALL THE SNEAKING AROUND. AND SHE SAID SHE WANTED A DIVORCE IN RENO. WHAT WAS YOUR RESPONSE? I TOLD HER I WOULD NOT GRANT ONE. Quot;I'LL SEE YOU IN HELL BEFORE I SEE YOU IN RENO.quot; THOSE WERE THE WORDS YOU USED, MR. DUFRESNE, ACCORDING TO THE TESTIMONY OF YOUR NEIGHBORS. IF THEY SAY SO. I REALLY DON'T REMEMBER. I WAS UPSET. WHAT HAPPENED AFTER YOU ARGUED WITH YOUR WIFE? SHE PACKED A BAG-- SHE PACKED A BAG TO GO AND STAY WITH MR. QUENTIN. [Attorney] GLENN QUENTIN. [Both Laughing] THE GOLF PRO AT THE SNOWDEN HILLS COUNTRY CLUB. THE MAN YOU HAD RECENTLY DISCOVERED WAS YOUR WIFE'S LOVER. DID YOU FOLLOW HER? WENT TO A FEW BARS FIRST. LATER I DROVE TO HIS HOUSE TO CONFRONT THEM. THEY WEREN'T HOME, SO I PARKED IN THE TURNOUT... AND... WAITED. ♪♪ [Continues] [Attorney] WITH WHAT INTENTION? I'M NOT SURE. I WAS CONFUSED, UH, DRUNK. I THINK... MOSTLY I WANTED TO SCARE THEM. WHEN THEY ARRIVED, YOU WENT UP TO THE HOUSE AND MURDERED THEM. NO. I WAS SOBERING UP. I GOT BACK IN THE CAR, AND I DROVE HOME TO SLEEP IT OFF. ALONG THE WAY, I STOPPED... AND THREW MY GUN INTO THE ROYAL RIVER. — I FEEL I'VE BEEN VERY CLEAR ON THIS POINT. — WELL, WHERE I GET HAZY... IS WHERE THE CLEANING WOMAN SHOWS UP THE FOLLOWING MORNING... AND FINDS YOUR WIFE IN BED WITH HER LOVER, RIDDLED WITH .38 CALIBER BULLETS. NOW, DOES THAT STRIKE YOU AS A FANTASTIC COINCIDENCE, MR. DUFRESNE, OR IS IT JUST ME? YES, IT DOES. YET YOU STILL MAINTAIN... THAT YOU THREW YOUR GUN INTO THE RIVER BEFORE THE MURDERS TOOK PLACE. THAT'S VERY CONVENIENT. IT'S THE TRUTH. THE POLICE DRAGGED THAT RIVER FOR THREE DAYS AND NARY A GUN WAS FOUND. SO THERE COULD BE NO COMPARISON MADE BETWEEN YOUR GUN... AND THE BULLETS TAKEN... FROM THE BLOOD-STAINED CORPSES OF THE VICTIMS. AND THAT, ALSO, IS VERY CONVENIENT. ISN'T IT, MR. DUFRESNE? SINCE I AM INNOCENT OF THIS CRIME, SIR, I FIND IT DECIDEDLY INCONVENIENT THAT THE GUN WAS NEVER FOUND. [Radio] ♪ WITH JUST YOUR NAME ♪ ♪ AND WOULD I BE SURE ♪ ♪ THAT THIS IS LOVE ♪ ♪ BEYOND COMPARE ♪♪ [Switches Radio Off] [Attorney] LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, YOU'VE HEARD ALL THE...