Seven points and a fine for woman who admitted driving without care and attention
A Shropshire woman has been given seven points and a £120 fine after pleading guilty to driving without due care and attention.
Chantal Attfield, aged 38, of Smithfield Way, Ellesmere, also admitted a charge of driving when her licence was revoked or expired when her case was held at Mold Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.
Magistrates heard that Attfield had been driving a Vauxhall on the A528 Dispensary Row, in Overton, near Ellesmere, on Saturday, June 24.
For driving without due care and attention Attfield was handed given seven penalty points and fined £120. Magistrates took her guilty plea into account.
The court also ordered Attfield to pay prosecution costs of £110 and a victim surcharge of £48.
Attfield agreed to pay off her court costs at the rate of £30 per month, starting on December 20.
Magistrates took Attfield's guilty plea into account and handed no separate penalty for the driving licence offence.