If you have lost your licence and continued to drive, this is what is known as disqualified driving.
In order to be disqualified in the first place, you need to have committed a traffic offence like driving under the influence, unlicensed driving or dangerous driving and received a driving licence disqualification from a magistrate.
To then choose to disobey this and continue to drive while disqualified from driving means that the courts can look on these offences quite harshly.
If you have been charged with driving while disqualified, it is absolutely vital that you seek comprehensive criminal legal representation at the soonest possible opportunity. While disqualified driving is a traffic offence, it carries with it potentially serious consequences.
It is vital that you have comprehensive legal representation to ensure that you receive the best possible outcome for your matter. We can represent you in court and will ensure that you have a full understanding of every factor involved in being charged with driving while disqualified.