Acquitted Russell Street bomber and South Albury resident Rodney Joseph Minogue has pleaded guilty to two charges out of six different sets of matters.
The majority of the police accusations leveled against Minogue are for break and enters.
But this week the focus of his admissions were for drug-driving.
The 52-year-old pleaded guilty to two separate counts of driving a vehicle with an illicit drug present in his blood.
On each of the charges, Albury Local Court magistrate Tony Murray convicted Minogue and disqualified him from driving for six months.
But Mr Murray said he had decided not to impose any further penalty on Minogue given he continued to be in custody on other matters.
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Earlier, defence lawyer Jaimee Simonsen had submitted that Minogue would be suitable for a section 10(a) order under the Crimes (Sentencing Procedure) Act.
"Why?" Mr Murray initially said before imposing sentence. "There's two different types of drugs in his system."
Minogue has also been charged with a fresh count of break and enter a house and steal.
"I'm still not in a position to enter a plea," Ms Simonsen said of this matter.
Minogue has previously indicated to the court that he would fight the series of burglary-related charges at hearings.
The younger brother of Russell Street bomber Craig Minogue - he himself was acquitted on appeal for being an accessory to the 1986 bombing - remains in custody bail refused.