If as a result of a conviction you will accumulate 12 penalty points or more, we can make arguments to the court that you should not be disqualified or should be disqualified for a shorter period as a disqualification would result in “exceptional hardship”.
By thorough preparation of your case, our experience and expertise, we can persuade the court that the loss of your license would cause Exceptional Hardship. This exceptional hardship may include a number of circumstances:
- The loss of your employment
- The loss of your business
- The loss of your home
- Use of your motor vehicle to care for the elderly or disabled
- Impact upon your family
- Impact upon your employees
If the court is persuaded that “exceptional hardship” would be a consequence of your disqualification, they will not disqualify you or will reduce the period of disqualification.