I have been charged with driving while disqualified, what do I do?

Driving while disqualified is an incredibly serious offence and attracts harsh penalties. If you are charged with driving while disqualified you will be issued with a summons and be required to attend court. A first offence can attract a fine of up to $4,000 or 4 months imprisonment. A subsequent offence can result in a fine of up to $27,000 or 2 years in prison. Your legal counsel will discuss with you a number of potential defences to the charge of driving while disqualified.