So the crux of the issue is I've sent in some dashcam to report a police driver who was driving without due care and a distinct lack of attention further down the road and I've wrongly sent an unclipped bit of footage which incriminates me on a road further on from this initial incident - what a div!
Received a NIP today and I've asked for their evidence so I know what I'm fighting, they sent me links to my footage, two correct and clipped pieces and one unclipped video that stuffs me and also sent the following in the email.
Reporting person is driving on a 40mph road whilst his current speed is showing as 62mph on the video footage. Reporting person can be heard saying "so it's a 40 ****, I was doing 70" followed by "sets us up now for a bit of fun here, because these corners are epic if you drive them right". Aside from the speed limit, Reporting Person is travelling far too fast for the wet road. Into the tight bends there are solid white lines in the road, "slow" painted on the road and oncoming cars that are being forced over to the lefthand side of their carriageway.
So yup once the giggling has stopped from whomever is reading this I can confirm I do have the dashcam footage, also the road was wet, however not once was I out of control, the speed didn't go over 65, no-one else on the oncoming side had to avoid me nor change course and this is clear on my footage, they just take corners as a normal car would.
I've been driving for over 30 years and not had points in at least 15yrs, I've had no trouble with the police previously also.
Anyone know how's best to proceed and what I'm looking at prosecution wise?
Thanks in advance.