Mother-of-two drove sixty times over the limit while still being spared in school despite two previous beliefs – but she is instructed to stay out of drink
- Dee Why mother caught six alcohol limits, a prison sentence was saved
- Hannah Morris dropped her 12 and 14 year old children into school on March 8
- A motorist reported that her vehicle was on the road the same morning
- The police later tested breath, Mrs. Morris, who returned an alcoholic value of 0.314
A mother-of-two has been spared in prison despite having crossed the blood alcohol limit six times after a school run and two previous convictions.
Hannah Morris, 44, had just brought her 12 and 14 year old children to school on the northern beaches of Sydney on 8 March.
A motorist had noticed that her Citroën DS4 was walking along Wakehurst Parkway in Oxford Falls and reporting her irregular behavior to the police, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Officers responded and looked at her million-dollar house Dee Why, where they waited for Mrs. Morris to return.
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Hannah Morris, 44 (photo), had just brought her 12 and 14 year old children to school on the northern beaches of Sydney on 8 March.
Officials responded and arrived at her multi-million dollar Dee Why house, where they waited for Mrs. Morris to return (pictured, Mrs. Morris leaves Manly Local Court on Wednesday)
Police said that Morris, who has held senior roles in skincare and pharmaceutical companies, took to the streets and went there with an & # 39; extremely low speed & # 39; drove to.
They attracted Mrs. Morris, who parked her vehicle a meter away from the sidewalk.
Agents said the mother of the two was unstable on her feet and promised the police.
She was taken to the police station and tested for breath where she blew a reading of 0.314 – six times more than the alcohol blood limit.
Mrs. Morris had told the police that she had been drinking six-moderately large glasses of red wine the night before since 6 p.m.
About the reason her car was seen swinging on the road, Morris explained that her pet mosquito Banjo was also in the vehicle and jumped on her lap and scratched her.
She told you before The Daily Telegraph she was sick with the flu and had painkillers.
& # 39; I have been really sick for a few weeks, taking Nuromol (a painkiller) almost every day, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I think the problem was that because I had been so sick all those weeks, my sleep pattern was not at all right.
& # 39; I became & # 39; I woke up at 4 in the morning and my throat really hurt. & # 39;
Mrs Morris was convicted twice of driving under the influence of alcohol before she started the law for the third time, 9News reported.
In today's court, the Prosecution described her alcohol limit as one of the highest readings he has ever seen.
Her lawyer said that Morris had been drinking to relieve the pain of a broken toe and the death of her father.
Mrs. Morris pleaded guilty to the accusations against her and was sentenced to 15 months in prison for serving in the community.
She was instructed to complete 200 hours of community work and to give a strict warning to stay away from alcohol.
She was taken to the police station and tested for breath, where she blew a reading of 0.314 – six times above the limit for alcohol blood (stock image)
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