Perverting the course of justice carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment, although the average sentence is around 10 months.
Both 58-year-old Chris Huhne and economist Vicky Pryce, 60, have been warned to be under no illusion about what punishment they face.
Disgraced MP Chris Huhne and his ex-wife, Vicky Pryce, are due to be sentenced today.
The former couple are both facing jail terms at a hearing at Southwark Crown Court at 2pm.
Pryce was found guilty by a jury last week of perverting the course of justice by taking speeding points for Huhne in 2003.
The former energy secretary had already pleaded guilty to the charge.
Vince Cable has just run away from me. He wouldn't stop to answer questions about Vicky Pryce.
The ex-wife of former MP Chris Huhne was today found guilty of perverting the course of justice by taking his speeding points a decade ago.Read the full story ›
Robert Brown, the solicitor of Vicky Pryce has given a statement following his client's conviction.
Speaking outside Southwark Crown Court he said Ms Pryce was "very disappointed" with the guilty verdict. On her behalf, he also thanked those who had supported her through the "difficult period", including her children, friends and colleagues.
Earlier the former wife of Chris Huhne was found guilty of perverting the course of justice for taking his speeding points a decade ago.
A number of denials have been issued over who had prior knowledge of the Vicky Pryce speeding points story. Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former Cabinet minister Chris Huhne, was found guilty of perverting the course of justice by taking his speeding points.
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Nick Clegg told Liberal Democrat supporters they had won a "stunning victory" in Eastleigh, despite the "exceptional circumstances".
Liberal Democrat president Tim Farron has called the Eastleigh election the most "important by-election since the war."
His party's candidate Mike Thornton won the by-election with a majority of 1,771.
Speaking to Daybreak he said the win was an "outstanding" result, that speaks volumes about the Lib Dems' place in the next general election.