The answer to your question depends on whether total abstinence from the use of alcohol for some period of time was ordered as part of your probation. If it was not, then you have nothing to worry about. If it was, and you have violated that restriction, then yes, you should contact your attorney for advice. Good luck to you.
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Yes, if you already have a lawyer, by all means speak with them about this. Interlock devices are not foolproof and there may be an innocent explanation for the device reading as failed.
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If you already have an attorney, I would advise to call the attorney. You will probably be told that you will need to wait and see what Monitech determines but it is always advised that you give your attorney a heads up.
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