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Mr Honeybone awarded Mr Jobes pounds 3,525 in compensation, the amount originally paid in fees, plus pounds 250 for 'upset, annoyance and inconvenience'.
The judge told Jobes that the offences contained many aggravating features.
His name was John Jobes and he lived at No 7, Parklands, Malmesbury.
Police accident investigator Keith Butler said toxicology tests showed Mrs Jobes had consumed an amount of alcohol more than three times the legal driving limit.
Accident investigators believe Mrs Jobes was not wearing a seat-belt.
Ms Jobes is now hoping to get on with her life but is still fearful of the future.
The Government has already paid out more than pounds 1bn in England alone, but Mr Jones said the Jobes case was taken on at a time when "they knew the scheme was under discussion and that they would not be entering into litigation on this case.
Judge Patrick Hooton told Jobes at Winchester Crown Court: "No sentence I can pass on on you will ease the feelings of those you have left behind as a result of what you have done.
Cases like Mr Jobes illustrated the need for a change in the law in this area.
Mr Jones said: "I'm delighted Mr Jobes is to get his money back.
Mr Jones was angry to learn one of his constituents, 70-year-old Richard Jobes from Stanley, County Durham, had to pay IDC the cash following a successful claim for lung damage paid out last year.