A 27-year-old Ravenswood woman caught drink driving twice in less than four weeks has had her driver's license suspended for 10 months.
At the Launceston Magistrates Court this morning, Danielle Jayne Goodwin pleaded guilty to two counts of driving a motor vehicle while exceeding the prescribed alcohol limit
In addition to having her license disqualified, Goodwin was fined $942, including court costs.
Goodwin recorded a blood alcohol concentration more than twice the legal limit when she was first caught drinking driving on September 28 last year.
When her vehicle was stopped for another breath test in October, Goodwin blew 0.063.