The District Judge Bodfan Jenkins acknowledged the defendant's genuine remorse as well as her early guilty plea.
The reality is that the reading was a very high one - something which cannot be ignored.
While there is no other suggestions of bad driving, you embarked on a lengthy journey.
The risks involved are phenomenal.
The guidelines mean you fall into the second (sentencing) band.
Jenkins was fined £750, as well as ordered to pay a £75 victim surcharge and £85 in costs.
If she successfully completes a driver rehabilitation course, her 20-month disqualification will be reduced by five months.
Following the outcome of today's hearing, Jenkins said she was deeply sorry.
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