Yes, your probation officer has the right to do this. Given your history, this is a reasonable rule of supervision to impose on you. Typically, a condition of probation includes "any other conditions deemed appropriate by the probation officer"; if you have 7 priors, this is a reasonable rule.
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I don't think there is a judge in the state who would second-guess an agent on that point if you have 7 OWIs and yes, I think the agent has the ability to do that without court permission.
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