Failed my interlock Sat 12/7/19 while on probation for 2nd DWI.
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If she asks you (or if a form asks you) if you've consumed any alcohol since your last meeting, you should be honest. She may suggest a sanction or modification in the field that you are willing to agree to rather than filing a Motion to Revoke, which would require you to hire an attorney and post a bond. Some probation officers will want a few days in jail as a sanction. Some will simply recommend more frequent UAs, or they could want relapse counseling or an additional monitoring device. If you are not comfortable with her recommendation, you do not have to agree to it. She will let you know that she is going to send your file in to Court and recommend that a Motion to Revoke be filed, but you can hire an attorney to attempt to negotiate a better outcome with the DA and/or Judge.
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