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DUI Convictions

The following are convictions made for driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol content of 0.08 percent or higher or by prescription or illegal drugs. All convicts were ordered to obtain and follow one or more of the following: drug/alcohol evaluations, Victim Impact Panel, Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving, Level II education and therapy, Alive at 25, inpatient and/ or outpatient treatment or therapy, and must submit to random tests for drugs and alcohol use. Suspended imposition of additional jail sentence (in parentheses) is conditional upon completing probation successfully and are awarded if all other requirements of the sentence are completed within one year. Dollar amounts are fines and court costs defendants were ordered to pay.

TUESDAY, NOV. 6

ź Jessica J. Kibel, 21, of Cortez. This is defendant’s first alcohol-related driving conviction. (Thirty days in jail with suspended imposition), 12 months probation, $1,298.50, community service 24 hours. Jail sentence is suspended as a condition of completing probation successfully.

DWAI Convictions

The following are convictions for driving while ability impaired with a blood alcohol content between 0.05 percent and 0.08 percent or by prescription or illegal drugs. All convicts were ordered to obtain and follow one or more of the classes or programs listed above in the DUI category; additional listed conditions also apply

MONDAY, NOV. 5

ź Hillary A. Hunsinger, 44, of Dolores and Rico. (Thirty days in jail with suspended imposition), deferred sentence* of 12 months probation, $536.50, community service 24 hours.

OTHER

THURSDAY, NOV. 1

ź Stefan M. Nez, 23, of Cortez. Driving Under Restraint – Alcohol-related. (Thirty days in jail with suspended imposition), deferred sentence* of 12 months probation, $195.50. Defendant must obtain drivers license within the next 12 months and provide proof to the court.

MONDAY, NOV. 5

ź Thomas House, 52, of Towaoc. Driving Under Restraint – Alcohol-related. Deferred sentence* of 12 months probation, $184.50, community service 24 hours. Defendant must obtain drivers license within the next 12 months and provide proof to the court.

* A deferred judgment is not a conviction; it is a sentence typically put off (deferred) for a specific period of time, typically a year. If the defendant complies with each of the conditions of the deferred sentence within the allotted time period, the defendant’s record is cleared of the charge.

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