A woman with liver failure who was caught driving at more than four times the legal alcohol limit will not get behind the wheel for another three years, Mount Isa Magistrates Court heard yesterday.
Sharlene Elsie Williams, 27, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol with a disqualified licence, in court on Monday.
Police prosecutor Sergeant Vaughan Cooper told the court on August 29 at 2.40pm police intercepted Williams driving on Hilary Street.
Sergeant Cooper police recorded an alcohol reading of 0.239 per cent.
He said Williams had two pages of traffic history.
Defence lawyer Bob Quilliam, for Williams, said his client had attended a funeral on August 28 and because of her liver failure her body didn’t process alcohol properly.
Mr Quilliam said Williams did not normally drink and regretted her actions.
Magistrate Richard Lehmann sentenced Williams to 18 months probation and disqualified her licence for three years.
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