It is an offence to drive whilst disqualified. If found guilty, you may attract 6 penalty points. Furthermore, magistrates can use their discretion to extend your disqualification period.
However, there are ways to defend these charges, for example where there are gaps in the prosecution’s evidence or if you were merely a passenger in the car. Such defences will often require strong cross examination of a police officer. Our driving offence barrister has expertise in cross examination and can help defend you and your licence.