Driving While Prohibited
Whether because of speeding or other traffic-related offences, because of convictions for impaired driving / drunk driving, or just because the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles is becoming more aggressive about safe driving, more and more people are finding themselves the subject of driving prohibitions. “Driving While Prohibited” or “Prohibited Driving” is a provincial offence that carries mandatory minimum sentences including fines, further prohibitions, and in some cases, mandatory JAIL time.
Like impaired driving prosecutions, however, driving while prohibited / prohibited driving charges are technical in nature, and there are numerous defences. It can be difficult for the Crown to succeed. It is essential to have a driving while prohibited defence lawyer to make sure no stone is left unturned in your defence.
If you are facing prohibited driving charges or any other criminal offences, contact Michael Bloom's Law Office for a free face-to-face consultation.