I have to go to court to show proof I've had the interlock for 1 year will I go back to jail since I'm in unsupervised probation? If so will the judge typically give me work fur low and a trial or just arrest me on the spot?
You should ask your lawyer about any possible violations of court orders as the lawyer is familiar with the details of your case.
Typically the court, because of its prior order, will require you to show proof of the installment of the interlock for compliance with its order. The results of using the interlock is reported to the motor vehicle department and it may take action as it deems necessary, such as extending the use of the interlock.
You need to contact a lawyer ASAP. Were you represented by a lawyer when you were convicted of the DUI? You may want to call him/her and see what your particular judge does in situations like this. I'm sure your prior attorney would be more than happy to answer your questions. If not, you may consider hiring an attorney to represent you at the hearing. Good luck.
You should have an attorney with you when you go to court. I am not sure exactly what type of hearing you are going to, normally if you fail a test it automatically gets reported to MVD, which then can be notified to the court. The court could reinstate your original sentence, and depending on what that was, you could get work release. Your best bet would be to sit down with an attorney, most offer free consultations.
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