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Mandatory jail term has been abolished for second drive while disqualified

There is no longer a mandatory one month jail term for drivers who are found guilty of driving while disqualified for the second time or more.

There is no longer a mandatory one month jail term for drivers who are found guilty of driving while disqualified for the second time or more. This applies to drivers who are sentenced in court on or after 1 May 2011.

See Drive while disqualified.

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