Prohibition from Driving
my story is a little bit long and an year old, but things have resurfaced the old wounds.
Back when i was a student i got a voilation ticket for touching my cellphone apparently (i was not even holding the cellphone nor texting) also i got a three months prohibition. so i paid the fine because of being scared and itimidating the police officer was. i wrote a letter to the supperintendent Motor Vehicle British Columbia explaining the whole story and asked for removing the driving prohibition or decrease the term on it. i never got a reply back and because i got a job at another province i left BC. Even though i gave my girlfriend address still we never recieved anything till now. so in my mind i thought they upheld their decision and i have to serve the 3 months. Sold my car etc did not drove for some odd 6 months, than in November got my Class 5 driving license in Yukon Territories. However i got a job in BC and moved back to BC. recently i got a speeding ticket which i accept my offense and crime. but the 3 months prohibition (old one) resurfaced, and they want me to acknowledge the ban and give up my license and do the three months which will start upon acknowledging.
i am thinking of disputing the 3 months prohibition since we never got a letter from the Motor Vehicle and they never got back to me on time. what are my chances of winning this dispute. should i or should i not dispute?
Also i got a Yukon License do I have to surrender my license upon ackowledging?