A young Albury mother in custody bail refused over serious driving matters including a police pursuit has decided to plead guilty to the charges.
Kate Eileen Mildren, who has a history of driving while disqualified, will now be sentenced next month.
Albury Local Court previously heard that Mildren's offending was rooted in her abuse of the drug methamphetamine, but that she had taken steps while in custody towards her rehabilitation.
Mildren, 27, pleaded guilty to a second offence of driving while disqualified, police pursuit, use an unregistered vehicle and use an uninsured vehicle.
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Defence solicitor Tim Hemsley told magistrate Rodney Brender that all matters were now ready to proceed to sentence.
Mr Hemsley said a sentence assessment report would probably be helpful in providing options "aside from full-time jail".
"My client has been in custody for almost three months," he said.
Mr Brender agreed that such a report would be of assistance.
It is not the first time that Mildren has been in custody for driving matters.
In 2017, she spent several months behind bars for two instances of disqualified driving that occurred within the one week.
For those matters, she was sentenced to seven months' jail with a minimum of three and a three-year licence disqualification.
She also had matters before the Wodonga Magistrate's Court in 2016, when she was convicted on a charge of drive furiously or recklessly at a speed dangerous.
Mildren was further remanded in custody for sentence on September 6.