A man who received a suspended sentence for dangerous driving and evading police, only to reoffend three weeks later, has again avoided jail time.
Gary Graeme Musicka, of no fixed address, appeared in the Launceston Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
Musicka, 24, pleaded guilty to multiple charges including evading police with aggravating circumstances and driving while disqualified.
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He evaded police on November 12, 2018, three weeks after being handed a suspended sentence in the Launceston Supreme Court for dangerous driving and evading police.
On Tuesday, Magistrate Simon Brown made no order on the breach of the suspended sentence, but convicted Musicka on all charges.
He was sentenced to six months' jail, wholly suspended for two years.
Musicka's driver's license was also disqualified for nine months.
He was ordered to pay $2000 in fines.