A Port Erin woman has avoided immediate custody, after admitting possessing cocaine.
Thirty-seven year-old Caroline Miller of Edremony was given a four month sentence, suspended for two years.
She was arrested at a property in Douglas on August 15, when a quantity of the drug was found with a street value of £130.
The court was told Miller had suffered difficulties which needed addressing and her child would suffer if a prison sentence was imposed.
High Bailiff Michael Moyle asked what thought Miller had given to her child when she committed the offence.
He imposed also imposed a two year supervision order.
(Picture: Douglas courthouse, where Caroline Miller appeared).