Katie Price will not go to jail for speeding in her BMW days before the accident

Price was due to appear before Crawley Magistrates' Court charged with speeding and failing to provide information to police - but the case is now being dealt with under the Single Justice Procedure.

GB About: Katie Price Publish: 05/25/2022 Edit: 05/25/2022 Author: Gardener


Katie PriceDisgraced model Katie Price won't go to jail for speeding as her offense is being dealt with remotely via a little-known procedure. The troubled celebrity was allegedly clocked while driving over the 60mph speed limit in a BMW near her grimy villa in Horsham, West Sussex - just 11 days before she was involved in an accident with her car in September last year . The 43-year-old mother of five was due to appear before Crawley Magistrates' Court for speeding and failing to provide information to police. But the case is now being dealt with under the "uniform judicial procedure", which allows adults charged with summary non-custodial offenses to have their cases heard by a judge remotely. This means the case can be treated with a fine and/or points on Price's driver's license and a driving ban. She cannot be detained as part of the proceedings and the case has been adjourned until July 5. Price avoided jail for September's alcohol and drugs crash by checking himself into a rehab at the Priory that cost nearly £7,000 a week. She is due to appear at Lewes Crown Court tomorrow for allegedly breaching a restraining order by sending profane texts to her ex Kieran Hayler's partner Michelle Penticost. A single judge who does not have to be in the court where a case is listed to hear it. The procedure was set up in 2015 to deal with minor traffic offenses and fare evasion. She was still locked in her BMW accident last September and would have been locked during the alleged speeding as well. After the crash, tests showed the TV personality had 66 micrograms of alcohol in 100 milliliters of breath - nearly double the legal limit of 35 mcg. Sussex Police said they wanted to appeal the suspended sentence but found there was no legal basis for doing so. Price has been tried at least 16 times for her driving offenses but has never been jailed. She is also accused of violating a restraining order by sending a foul-mouthed message to her ex Kieran Hayler's partner, Michelle Penticost, on Jan. 21. *Girlfriend shouldn't start with me - she has a restraining order so she shouldn't try to piss her off since she's going against her. She pleaded not guilty to violating the injunction by contacting Ms Penticost, directly or indirectly, on April 27 in Crawley Magistrates' Court. If you have been charged with a minor offense in England you may be able to have your case heard by a judge without a trial under the 'single procedure'. If this applies to you, you will receive a single-trial notice when you are charged. If you don't respond to your notice within 21 days, a judge will rule on your case without your say. You could be found guilty or fined. How to respond to your notice Your notice will tell you who brought the case against you, how to appeal, and whether you can appeal online. If you answer, you must state whether you plead guilty or not guilty. Plead Guilty – You can choose to go to court. If you don't go to court, the judge will make a decision based on the information they have. You will receive a letter with the decision of the district court. You can go to court if you want to give the district court information in person. You will receive a letter telling you when you need to go to court. PLEASE NOT GUILTY - You must go to court and give evidence to the judges in person. You will receive a letter telling you when you need to go to court. If You Do Not Respond to the Notice of Uniform Judicial Procedure If you do not respond to the notice within 21 days, the judge will rule on your case without your say. This could mean that if you are found guilty and convicted, there would be no reduced sentence for a confession. Model Katie Price embarrassed over her long history of traffic offenses which has banned her from the road six times 2003 - Price escaped speeding charges after police failed to arrest her within 12 weeks after she was said to be 70 in her Range Rover miles per hour in a 40-mile zone. 2008 - Price received three penalty points after using his cell phone while driving on April 18. 2009 - Price failed to provide the driver's identity after her car was allegedly caught in a 30mph zone and later received four penalty points after being clocked at 150mph and four points on her driver's license had received. 2010 - Price was convicted for not properly controlling her horse truck after turning into a different lane in February and received three points on her driver's license, bringing her total to 10. Then in December she was banned for six months from driving 83mph in a 70mph zone in her home county of West Sussex. 2012 - Two years later, Katie was disqualified for 12 months for failing to respond to two speeding tickets in September. 2018 - Price received a six-month ban for speeding in February 2018 after accumulating 12 penalty points for speeding. Photos of her driving while she was still banned surfaced in July. 2019 - She received a three-month driving ban in January of the same year for being disqualified. And then in October, Price was banned from driving for a further 18 months for failing to tell police who was behind the wheel of her pink Range Rover in an accident in Bexley, south-east London. And then in October, Price was banned from driving for a further 18 months for failing to tell police who was behind the wheel of her pink Range Rover in an accident in Bexley, south-east London. 2021 - Price crashes her BMW car on a country lane near her home in West Sussex in the early hours of September after getting drunk and on drugs. She pleaded guilty to driving under the influence, driving with a disqualification and driving without insurance to Crawley Magistrates. 2022 - Price faces court again for speeding and failing to provide information to police.


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