Vicky Pryce was today convicted of perverting the course of justice by taking her ex-husband Chris Huhne's speeding points a decade ago.
Ms Pryce was found guilty by a jury of seven men and five women after a retrial at Southwark Crown Court.
She had denied the charge, saying Mr Huhne had forced her to take the points in 2003.
The former energy secretary admitted the same charge in February, resigning as Lib Dem MP for Eastleigh.
During both trials Ms Pryce accepted she had taken Mr Huhne's points but adopted a defence of marital coercion, claiming he had made her sign a form he had already completed in her name.
The judge, Mr Justice Sweeney, said sentencing of the pair will take place at a later date.
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