Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio received an early release from jail on July 13 and, within days, according to court documents, is said to have violated the terms of her probation, which stated that she wear an alcohol monitoring bracelet — a transdermal testing SCRAM device — and abstain from any alcohol consumption.Astacio, who was elected to a 10-year term in 2014, is due back in court today to face the probation violation charges.despite nudists' penchant to show all, they aren't as camera prone as we'd have hoped.For an added bonus, let us know which nudist colony YOU would go to if you had the choice or were forced to go! PHOTO: Members from two nudist clubs, the Skinnydippers and the Tri-State Metro Naturists, take in the sights as they cruise New York Harbor aboard the sloop "Ventura" Saturday, July 22, 1995.Check out a slideshow listing the nudist camps and beaches in NY.Please note that the photos in the slideshow aren't all from NY...Prior to her conviction, Astacio failed to report for a random urine test following her February 2016 arrest for drunk driving.
Since Astacio holds a 10-year term tenure as a judge, only the state Commission on Judicial Conduct can remove her from the bench.
According to documents reviewed by the Democrat & Chronicle, her probation officer reported that Astacio failed to plug in the SCRAM's base unit when released.
Then, over the course of her first two days of freedom, the device detected a peak blood alcohol concentration of .127 per cent.
While Astacio's lawyer denied that the result was due to drinking alcohol, prosecutor Zach Maurer told WHEC that he was told the results were 'consistent with alcohol consumption, as opposed to some alcohol coming into contact with the device.'Even if it turns out that the SCRAM results were due to an overenthusiastic application of a foot sloughing lotion, authorities said that defendants issued SCRAM devices are asked to read a list of banned, non-consumable substances that contain alcohol and then sign a clause acknolweding that using those substances constitutes a probation violation.
The Democrat & Chronicle reported that upon being told that she would be receiving a 60 day jail sentence and three years probation during her July 6 sentencing hearing, Astacio's lawyer, Mark Young, told the court that she was 'not willing to do probation' and that 'she will violate probation the moment you put her on probation.' In response, the judge said that he would then see her in court again.