"Totting Up" -  9 points or more

The offence


The sentence

Minimum 6 months driving Ban

The legislation

If you have received penalty points in the past, commit another offence and receive further points totalling 12 or more then you face an automatic 6-month driving disqualification.  This is the minimum period of the ban.  In these circumstances you may wish to consider an Exceptional Hardship argument.  This is not a simple argument and requires expert legal presentation.

If you do not have exceptional hardship you will be banned from driving, meaning you will not be able to drive  on any public road or place in England and Wales.  This could mean serious consequences for your livelihood and general way of life.

The only way to avoid a ban in this situation is to successfully argue exceptional hardship and this requires skilled preparation and presentation.

Why choose us?

At Darton Law, our specialist team of Solicitors has experience in representing individuals accused of a variety of matters. We provide a professional and efficient service which will leave you confident that you are receiving the best advice and representation. We know that being accused of an offence is not an everyday event. We aim to provide easy to understand information and advice so you know where you stand and what options you have available throughout the process.

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