Driving while Disqualified is a criminal charge under the Criminal Code of Canada.
Driving while disqualified is a result of a criminal code conviction where a Judge or statue has ordered a criminal driving licence suspension.
For example the accused was found guilty of an impaired driving, or dangerous driving offence, and court ordered suspension or prohibition not to drive a motor vehicle anywhere in Canada.
The prohibition includes any type of motor vehicle powered by any type of engine, includes tractors, heavy equipment or machinery operated anywhere in Canada including on private property.
The driver can be arrested, held in custody and the police can seize the motor vehicle.
The penalty for this offence can include a period of custody/jail as the court will view the offence as serious because the accused directly disobeyed a judge's order.
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