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Discretionary Disqualifications

Some road traffic offences carry discretionary disqualifications. In these cases the Court may impose a disqualification for a motor offence depending on personal circumstances and circumstances of the case. The Court is supplied with guidelines indicating when a fine or penalty points are appropriate or inappropriate. The final decision is with the Court and the discretion available can be wide ranging.

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The following types of driving offences carry a discretionary disqualification:

  • Driving otherwise than in accordance with a driving licence
  • Driving when disqualified
  • Failing to identify a driver
  • Failing to stop or report after an accident
  • Driving after refusal or revocation of licence on medical grounds
  • Driving without insurance
  • Careless or inconsiderate driving
  • Speeding offences
  • Traffic light offences

Our specialist motoring offence solicitors have the expertise to help you with your enquiry about discretionary disqualifications; contact us on 0800 046 3066 for advice

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