The Tottenham goalkeeper has already apologised for what he called his "unacceptable" behaviour.
His lawyer David Soan said the "spectacular fall from grace" was not lost on the World Cup-winning goalkeeper.
It was reported at the time that Lloris had failed a roadside breathalyser test after a routine stop at around 2am, just three days before Spurs were due to face Manchester United at Old Trafford. "Today he apologises to the court".
FootballLe goalkeeper of the team of France will be deprived of a driving licence for 20 months.
Lloris was later "helped from the car", and gave a sample containing 80 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35.
Prosecutors explained he had been seen driving erratically and had veered "towards a parked vehicle" and that after being stopped by the police, he had needed help to get out of his auto. They found vomit in the vehicle after stopping him. After spending seven hours in a cell, Lloris, a married father of two, returned home on foot.
She said: "This is a very serious offence, as you know". He had initially booked a taxi but it cancelled, prompting Lloris to drive - something described by Mr Sonn as "the first of a number of unwise decisions".
"I've spoken with him, he realises his mistake and he's sorry for it", said Deschamps.
And he was also absent for France's recent Nations League games against Germany and Holland.
"People live in a dream world when it comes to Lloris a bit too much, but for me Areola is above", Lollichon said.
Tottenham have won three of their first four matches and are now fifth in the English Premier League.
"The club takes matters such as this extremely seriously and it will be dealt with internally", a Tottenham spokesman said.