The courts will no longer deal with low-level motoring offences such as speeding. there will be more summary justice to deal with minor offences - a major change to the current system. There will be a new "bulk processing centre" to deal with motoring offences and TV licence dodgers. Motorists who deny the offences will still get the chance to go to court. It currently takes an average of 153 days from an offence being committed to it being dealt with by magistrates. Sir Ian Blair, last year put forward radical proposals for a new breed of policeman with on-the-spot powers to confiscate driving licences and issue anti-social behaviour orders. However the Lord Chancellor put a stop to that one!. Looks like Sir Ian & Lord Falconer are not the best of buddys!!