Court-imposed restrictions on Trombly as he awaits trial include a revoked driver’s license, an ankle monitor capable of registering any consumption of alcohol, a prohibition from leaving the state and monthly meetings with representatives from the Clinton County Probation Department.
Evanovich said Trombly has complied with all conditions so far.
Trombly had previously faced DWI charges on May 8, 2004, when he allegedly had a blood alcohol content of .18 percent.
He pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of driving with ability impaired on June 17, 2004. His license was suspended for 90 days, and he was required to pay $300 in fines and $80 in surcharges.
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