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Driving Whilst Disqualified Solicitors

Motoring Offences

Cartwright King’s dedicated Motoring Law Team will build a strong case to defend you against driving whilst disqualified charges. We have a successful track record of defending against driving whilst disqualified charges, helping hundreds of motorists each year avoid prison or community service and secure reduced sentences.

To benefit from practical, pro-active advice and representation to help clear your name, get in touch with our specialist Driving Whilst Disqualified Solicitors now.

How Cartwright King Can Help Defend You

Our Motoring Law Team is meticulous, meaning that we don’t miss a thing in identifying factors that can help your case. Our Driving Whilst Disqualified Solicitors will build a solid case that’s professionally presented in Court to help reduce any sentence imposed on you.

We can help:

  • Advise on and collate evidence to support your case
  • Represent you in Court
  • Secure a reduced sentence

Unique Advocacy Services

We can represent you at every stage of your case. If your case ends up in Court, our unique advocacy services give you legal representation from the police station through to the Higher Courts. When you need us most, we will be there with the legal know-how and calm head to guide you through your case.

If you’re arrested on suspicion of driving whilst disqualified, Cartwright King’s professional solicitors are available day and night to offer free legal advice at the police station. Our priority is to ensure that your position is protected and your defence is properly presented.

Benefit From a Free, Initial Telephone Conversation

Your defence against driving whilst disqualified charges requires fast-action, so it’s worth taking advantage of a free, initial discussion with our Motoring Law Team. You can use this time to explain your situation and find out how we can help you with a practical plan of action.

For immediate assistance, contact us for your free* initial discussion.

The discussion is completely informal and confidential, and is an opportunity for us to:

  • Get to know you 
  • Understand your situation
  • Agree how you want to proceed

*Please be aware that this is a ‘get to know you’ call and no advice will be given.

Why Choose Cartwright King for Disqualified Whilst Driving Defence?

Challenging a driving whilst disqualified charge requires more than just any lawyer, you need a dedicated Motoring Offence Lawyer. Cartwright King’s dedicated Motoring Law Team focuses on nothing but driving offences, meaning that you benefit from specialist legal advice and representation that is specific to your case. 

We listen, we understand and we genuinely care about keeping you out of prison. That’s why we’re committed to standing up for your rights, ensuring that you get the best defence possible and that your side of the story is heard and taken seriously.

Cartwright King can establish the best strategy for your defence, giving you peace of mind that your case is in good hands and you’re well supported.

Working with a specialist Cartwright King solicitor gives you the assurance of having access to legal counsel who will advise you at every stage of your case

Our Driving While Disqualified Solicitors are dedicated to defending your legal rights and ensuring that you’re treated fairly throughout your case. When you need us most, our Motoring Law Team rises to the challenge.

We’re a trusted, resourceful Legal 500 top tier law firm with specialist solicitors that are calm under pressure, giving you defence counsel that you can count on.

We're here for you.

Frequently asked questions.

Punishment for driving while disqualified depends on the circumstances of your case. If you’re a first-time offender, you could face community service, a curfew and covering the legal costs of the prosecution.

If you’re a serial offender, the charges could be more severe. The Courts view driving whilst disqualified as a serious offence and regularly hand down custodial sentences, which can be up to 26 weeks.

Yes. By entering a guilty plea early, the Court is more likely to show leniency when sentencing you, even though driving whilst disqualified is seen as an ‘absolute offence’ – meaning an offence that does not require any fault elements to establish your guilt.

If you’re a first time offender entering an early guilty plea, greater leniency can be expected. If you’re a repeat offender and you maintain that you are not guilty, you’re less likely to be shown any leniency.

Yes. You can appeal either a conviction or sentence in the Crown Court and you can request that the Magistrates’ Court or Crown Court suspend your disqualification from driving pending the outcome of your appeal.

You have the right to lodge an appeal; however we would always advise reviewing your case before doing so. While the Court has the authority to reduce your sentence, they can also increase your original sentence and make you pay the prosecution costs if they feel that the appeal should not have been brought. 

We would analyse your case and advise on the best course of action.