As you appreciate, you will lose your licence for at least 12 months. That is compulsory. You will also get a substantial fine of several hundred pounds.
The limit, as you will be aware, in England & Wales is 35 µg per 100 mL of breath. If you blew 121 you are almost 3 ½ times the limit.
The maximum fine is up to £5000 plus a potential prison sentence of six months. If you were caught drink-driving more than once in the 10 year period, you would be banned for a longer period, usually three years.
There was a case a couple of years ago were a lady recorded a reading of 123 (not far from where you are). She was banned for driving for 30 months and had an eight week prison sentence imposed which was suspended for 12 months. Here is the article:
the suspended sentence means that provided you are not convicted of anything else in the next 12 months, you would not serve that sentence. If you had previous convictions for drink-driving, the sentence would be unlikely to be suspended.
So that’s the kind of penalty that you are potentially looking at.
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