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Driving whilst Disqualified - Motoring Offence

Driving whilst disqualified is a very serious offence and is viewed extremely seriously by the Court.

Whilst some Courts in England and Wales choose to disqualify in a personís absence, it can be a defence if that person did not know about the disqualification being imposed.
However, there are often evidential gaps in the Prosecutionís case which can result in a case being thrown out at Court.

A person who has been disqualified until test passed is likely to be convicted of this offence unless they obtain a valid provisional driving licence and adhere to the terms of that licence.


The usual punishment for a first offence is a community penalty whilst repeat offenders are more likely to be sentenced to a term of custody (6 months maximum). The Court may impose a financial penalty if it deems this to be appropriate of up to £5000. Driving whilst disqualified attracts a penalty of 6 points, although the Magistrates are entitled to disqualify under their discretion.

we are very experienced in this field of law. Whilst legal aid is available to you (remember we do not offer legal aid), you may wish to have the reassurance of a fully qualified experienced solicitor on your side that can fully devote their time to your case.

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