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Your client, Julia Johnson, has a court appearance on 8 May 2023 for a speeding offence committed on 1 March 2023. She was driving at 34mph in a 30mph zone and intends to plead guilty. Her driving licence reveals prior speeding offences on 1 April 2020, 10 February 2021, and 30 November 2022, each resulting in 3 penalty points. Given this history, which ONE of the following statements is CORRECT regarding her likely outcome?

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Julia's previous endorsements have accumulated 9 penalty points. With the addition of 3 points for the current offence, she will have 12 points, triggering a disqualification under the penalty points scheme. Option B is incorrect as warnings are not typically issued in such scenarios. Option C is not applicable since she is already appearing in court. Option D is less likely as discretionary disqualification is typically reserved for more severe speeding offences. Option E downplays the cumulative effect of her offences. Thus, Option A provides the correct advice. 


Key Point: Legal professionals must understand and communicate the impact of the penalty points system to clients, ensuring they comprehend the serious implications of repeated traffic offences.

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