If exceptional hardship is proved, the court then has the discretion not to disqualify you under the totting procedure (whereby you would normally be banned for 6 months).
There is no legal definition for exceptional hardship but your hardship must be more than what would normally be suffered as a result of losing your license. A loss of your job on its own is not usually enough to claim exceptional hardship.
You need to show that you would suffer exceptional hardship and you need to present as much evidence to the court as you can to support this.
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