A disqualified driver who was caught behind the wheel on the motorway in Bucks has been banned from driving for more than five years.

Naomi Harris, 35, was caught driving on the M40 near Stokenchurch while she was disqualified from driving on June 24. She was also driving without insurance.

Harris, of Queensway in Cranleigh, Surrey, appeared at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on July 27 where she pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified and driving without insurance.

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The court heard that Harris had a passenger in the car when she was caught behind the wheel, and she was also found to have given false details.

The defendant was also found to have breached a community order which had been issued in November 2020 after she was caught drug driving with cocaine in her blood.

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The magistrates opted to give Harris a six-week prison sentence suspended for 18 months. She was also ordered to take part in a thinking skills course.

Harris was also banned from driving for five years and four months for the offences and ordered to pay £213 costs.

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