A woman caught driving in Caernarfon while she was disqualified has been jailed for eighteen weeks.
Natasha Sidorowicz (43) from Swinton, Greater Manchester, was arrested by police after she was stopped on South Road last month.
Caernarfon magistrates also banned Sidorowicz from driving for 38 months and told her to pay a total of £200, including a £115 victim surcharge and £85 in court costs.
After sentencing on Thursday, PC Scott Martin from the North Wales Police Road Policing Unit said: ”She clearly thought she was above the law and showed a complete disregard towards the court who had already disqualified her previously.”
”Drivers who do not hold a licence and are uninsured pose a significant danger to other road users. We hope this sends out a clear message to people who continually flout motoring laws that they face the prospect of custodial sentences, rather than just losing their driving licence.”