Both she and former husband Huhne could face a jail term. The judge in fact warned them they faced jail.
As the case against them draws to a close though questions are being raised about other senior politicians. There are now allegations that the Deputy PM Nick Clegg's wife knew that Vicky had taken the penalty points, and so did Lib Dem Business Secretary Vince Cable. Both deny the allegations, or should we say cannot recall them.
This high-profile case has highlighted the high incidence of drivers attempting to get others to take their penalty points for them. This is sometimes because they already have points on their licence and are in danger being banned from driving. Yes, there are many reasons, but doing so can cause many problems. The most obvious negative is that it is against the law. Then there is the fact that a person deemed unfit to drive may still be doing so, because of your actions!
There will now be some political fall-out as fingers are pointed and accusations denied. All should be investigated so that this case can finally be put to rest and justice served.
The Crown Prosecution Service will now try and recover costs.
The sentences must reflect their crime. In Huhne's case it could take into account his confession, however this was made at the "seventh hour".
There is no doubt that revenge played a part in Ms Price's actions. She was warned by a reporter that she may face a trial herself. Vicky obviously decided that "getting back at her husband" was worth the risk. This means she cannot complain that she was found guilty.
Surely however Huhne will recieve the strongest sentence? Well maybe but perhaps the judge will decide that Vicky acted in the same that an accessory does to a murder crime, or a receiver of stolen goods does following a theft. In that case the judge could opt to make her an example.
The sentences will be added when announced.
Updates will follow...........