Driving While Disqualified
Defend Against Driving While Disqualified in Brampton & Orangeville
If you have been convicted of a driving offence, consequences can include losing or suspending your driver’s licence. At the Richard Allman Law Office, Richard will defend you against charges of Driving While Disqualified in Brampton, Orangeville and the surrounding areas. The operation, while disqualified, is defined under Section 259 (4) of the Criminal Code as operating “a motor vehicle… while disqualified from doing so, other than an offender who is registered in an alcohol ignition interlock device program established under the law of the province in which the offender resides and who complies with the conditions of the program”. As it normally follows an earlier driving offence, there can be serious penalties, including prison sentences.
Driving Without Insurance
While driving a vehicle without proper insurance is not an offence under the Criminal Code of Canada, it is a serious offence under provincial law. If convicted, your car could be impounded for three months, your licence could be suspended for one year, and you could be obliged to pay a fine of up to $25,000. Richard Allman is familiar with both the provincial and federal codes and knows how best to defend your rights before courts and judges at both levels.
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