Guilty plea in Saratoga County's first Leandra's Law case

According to information from Murphy's office, Dillard's license is revoked and he must attend the "Drinking Driver Program" through DMV, obtain an alcohol evaluation and possibly attend treatment if necessary. Dillard's is scheduled to be sentenced on June 7, and will include, in addition to the felony conviction, five years probationary supervision, 60 days in jail, restitution of $600 for damage to the car and an Ignition Interlock Device. That means if Dillard chooses to have a license and a vehicle in his name he will be required to blow a clean air sample into the device before starting his vehicle.


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