Driving whilst disqualified Solicitors in London

Specialist London Solicitors in Driving whilst disqualified cases

At MFI Law Limited we have the expertise in representing clients charged with Driving whilst disqualified. Our London Solicitors are available to represent clients at London Police Stations, Magistrates' and Crown Courts throughout the country.

Driving whilst disqualified is governed by Section 103 of the Road which Traffic Act states:

A person is guilty of an offence if whilst disqualified for holding or obtaining a licence, obtains a licence, or drives a motor vehicle on a road.

The prosecution have to prove that the person was driving and that he was disqualified from driving.

If you would like to challenge a driving offence at Court, or before it reaches Court, we highly recommend you speak to a solicitor and we are here to assist you.

Sentencing guidelines for Driving whilst disqualified

Maximum Sentence: Level 5 fine and/or 6 months imprisonment. Must endorse and may disqualify. If no disqualification, impose 6 points

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