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Direct all questions about relicensing to your probation officer. Courts in some counties may not allow DWI probationers to be relicensed while on probation. If relicensing is allowed, the probation officer will explain the requirements which you must complete. These requirements usually include the successful completion of a treatment program, up-to-date payments (of all fines, fees, and restitution), no re-arrests or convictions and a minimum length of time served on your probation period. You may visit the NYS DMV for more information regarding DMV relicensing requirements after revocation.
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Contact the Livingston County Jail at (585)243-7180 or report in person to determine requirements.
You may reach your Officer via telephone at (585)243-7190 or by email.
The frequency of your reporting will be determined by your risk level and your compliance with probation conditions/directives. Expect to report weekly for at least the first four weeks after your initial reporting appointment.
If you are convicted of a DWI or DWAI, you are mandated to pay $30 per month in supervision fees for the duration of your probation sentence.
Your ability to travel will depend on your location destination/reason and your conviction. Day trips out of the county for work, medical, and other necessities is appropriate. If traveling within New York State overnight, you will need to obtain verbal permission from your Probation Officer. If you plan to travel out of state, you will require a written travel pass, which must be requested at least five (5) business days in advance of your trip.
Yes. You must report any and all contact with law enforcement to your Probation Officer.
Yes, as long as they are prescribed by a physician and taken in the prescribed dosage. You will be expected to provide regular verification of your prescriptions and may be subjected to a medication count if needed.
The term "General Conditions of Probation" means specific supervision requirements prescribed by the court as part of the probation disposition to assist the probationer in leading a law-abiding life.
When the court determines that a person is eligible for a probation sentence and the defendant agrees, the court may adjourn the sentencing for up to one year from the date of conviction by virtue of a defendant's plea or a finding of guilt and place a defendant under interim probation supervision. Please note that being placed on interim supervision does not guarantee a sentence to probation at the end of the interim period. In addition, if a defendant satisfactorily completes a term of interim probation supervision, he or she shall receive credit for the time served under the period of interim supervision toward any probation sentence that is subsequently imposed in that case. Interim supervision may be terminated prior to the end of the term and may result in a sentence to incarceration based on the individual's performance while under interim supervision.
Judges may sentence an offender directly to a term of probation or may impose a "split sentence" under which a period of incarceration at the beginning of the supervision period is a condition of the probation sentence. In any instance where a probationer is sentenced to a "split sentence" of straight incarceration, that probationer receives credit towards his/her MED (maximum expiration date) for any pre-sentence jail time served. It must be noted, any jail time on "split sentence" for a DWI/DWAI charge is served consecutively to the term of probation supervision.
A violation of probation can occur if you fail to follow your conditions or probation or you get arrested. If a VOP is filed, you may be returned to Court to face violation proceedings, to include modification of conditions, resentencing to alternative programs, or revocation of your probation sentence, which could lead to a new sentence of jail or prison.
If you are on probation for DWI you will have a condition of probation which requires abstinence from alcohol and other illegal drugs. Abstinence is required not only to prevent you from drinking and driving while on probation but also to assist you in rehabilitation. The probation officer will test you for use of alcohol and other drugs.
Online Web Reporting can be found here: https://www.cecheckin.com/client/account/signin
For instructions, please refer to the Ce Check-In Handbook you were given by your PTS Officer or assigned Probation Officer.
Your PIN can be acquired from your Assigned Probation Officer or your PTS Officer.
Or, you can refer to the Ce Check-In Handbook given to you at the time Ce Check-In was set up.
No, you must serve the entire duration of your probation sentence.