Can I Appeal a Driving Ban to Crown Court?
If your driving ban was imposed in the magistrates court, you have an automatic right to appeal against this to the Crown Court. A Notice of Appeal must be lodged within 21 days. You may also be able to ask the magistrates court to reopen the case.
If your driving ban was imposed in the Crown Court, there is no automatic right to appeal against this. Leave to appeal can be sought in rare cases where the conviction or sentence are unsafe in law, or where fresh evidence has become available.
To discuss this in more detail, call our expert team on 01623 397200.