Disqualification and endorsement

Disqualification and endorsement guidance:

Discretionary power to disqualify from driving The principal statutes that govern discretionary disqualification are the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 (RTOA 1988) and...

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Driving disqualification for any offence Where the Crown Court or a magistrates’ court convicts an offender of any offence it may, instead of or in addition to dealing...

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Police powers and preliminary tests Under the Road Traffic Act 1988 (RTA 1988) there are three types of preliminary tests. These are: • a breath test administered by the...

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Offences which require obligatory disqualification Offences which carry obligatory disqualification are set out in Schedule 2, Parts I and II of the Road Traffic...

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What are special reasons in driving sentencing? Special reasons are a category of mitigating arguments that can: • prevent a defendant from being disqualified from...

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