A woman has faced court after driving with cocaine and cannabis in her blood.
Jessica Wyles, 28, of Eldon Street, Goulburn, appeared before Goulburn Local Court on February 10.
She was convicted of driving a vehicle with illicit drugs in her blood.
Magistrate Geraldine Beattie said Wyles had cannabis and cocaine in her bloodstream when she was pulled over by police on October 21, 2020.
The magistrate said the offence was "commonly committed" but Wyles had a "double whammy offence" of driving with two illicit drugs in her system.
"[Wyles] told police it had been four days [since she used drugs] but you don't know if it's in your system or not," she said.
Solicitor Kel Clowry said his client hadn't used cocaine since the incident.
"She accepts there is no one to blame but herself," he said.
Wyles was convicted, fined $900 and disqualified from driving for six months.