According to the Monroe County, NY District Attorney's office, Rochester, NY City Court Judge Leticia Astacio violated the conditions of her probation by attempting to drive drunk.
If you recall, Astacio is the Rochester, NY judge who was convicted of DWI after she crashed her car and was arrested for driving drunk on her way to preside over Saturday morning arraignments in February of this year.
Part of Judge Astacio's sentencing was that an interlock device be installed in her vehicle.
In court Tuesday, prosecutors told Judge Stephen Aronson that on September 7th, Judge Astacio blew a blood alcohol level (BAC) of .019 percent.
Then, again just five days later, on September 12th, Judge Astacio blew a BAC of .067 percent.
Also in court Tuesday, prosecutors told Judge Aronson that after blowing the .067, Judge Astacio had her own daughter blow into the interlock device, in order to bypass the interlock device and have the vehicle turn on.
Because she was drunk.
Judge Stephen Aronson was clearly not happy to hear that.
"That's very disturbing to the court," Judge Aronson said to Ed Fiandach, Judge Astacio's attorney.
The case has been adjourned until November 16.
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