Driving Whilst Disqualified
A person is guilty of an offence if he drives a vehicle on a road or gets a licence whilst disqualified from holding or getting a driving licence.
Driving while disqualified is a strict liability offence. It is unnecessary for the prosecution to prove that the defendant knew he was disqualified.
The prosecution would have to establish the following:
That the defendant was disqualified at the relevant time.
That the disqualification relates to the defendant.
That the defendant was driving.
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