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113 is a high level of alchohol in breath, the legal limit being 36. If you follow this link you will go to the sentencing guidelines for magistrates courts. http://sentencingcouncil.judiciary.gov.uk/docs/MCSG_(web)_-_April_2014.pdf.
For someone found guilty after trial on a drink drive case with the reading you have you are at the top end of the the 3rd category. The starting point for sentencing in these cases is a Band C (ie high band) fine and the sentencing range is up to a medium level community order. Your sentence will be reduced if you plead guilty. But there was an accident and you have previous for the same thing which will increase the sentence.
You will be looking at a stiff fine or possibly a community order (although you should be able to avoid this). Your ban will be in the range of 23-28 months. I would think nearer the top of this range. For the other offences your licence will be endorsed but most likely there will be no other punishment.
It is probably worth being represented at the hearing as it is more convincing if a solicitor explains all the hardship you will be experiencing than if you do it yourself. You may well get a shorter ban if representd than if doing it yourself. Most duty solicitors will not take on drink driving cases and legal aid will not be available for this so you will need to instruct a firm privately. It is also probably worth getting a couple of references from upstanding people stating in general terms what a good and responsible person you are.
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