Prohibited Driving

Driving While Prohibited

If you are found operating a motor vehicle in BC when the Court had prohibited you from driving, you will be charged with driving while prohibited. This is a serious offence and can result in –

  • Loss of license for one year
  • Loss of insurance
  • Appearing in court to face DWP charges
  • Financial penalties
  • Vehicle being impounded
  • Risk of facing serious jail time

With the awareness that such cases happen to be highly technical in nature, James Lee comes up with effective defence strategies against the prosecution. With excellent negotiation skills, he can help in getting the court to drop charges or get the authorities to minimize the penalties.