fixed penalty notice

fixed penalty notice
a notice that offers the alleged offender the opportunity to pay a fine, in which case the matter is not prosecuted, thereby sparing the offender a conviction and saving time and expense. The alleged offender has the option to proceed to refuse and be charged with the offence.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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