Sausville was placed on probation after pleading no contest in March 2003 to charges of gross negligent operation of a motor vehicle with death resulting and two counts of driving with a suspended license. As part of a plea agreement, she was sentenced to four to 12 years in jail, all suspended except two years.
Her boyfriend, 21 year old Lance Ford of Danby, a passenger in her car, was killed in the crash.
The car crash leading to the charges against Sausville happened June 11, 2002, at the base of a hill near the intersection of Danby Pawlet Road and Lilly Hill Road.
Furlan countered that even if the alleged violations are proven, there is a "reasonable chance" she would not receive a sentence Air Max 90 White And Blue with any more jail time than she has already served.
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Amanda J. Sausville, 25, has been held in jail without bail since March for allegedly abusing drugs and driving, both in violation of her probation. Sausville landed on probation after reaching a plea deal in March 2003 for her role in the fatal crash.
Sausville was driving a 1987 Ford Escort east when she tried to pass a Dodge Caravan as it was turning left onto Lilly Hill Road. She collided in the westbound lane with a 1999 International truck.
In court Monday, Rutland State's Attorney James Mongeon argued that Sausville should remain jailed without bail until the probation violation matters are resolved.
Two other passengers were seriously injured in the crash, including another man who lost the lower portion of his right leg. A day before the accident Sausville was issued a citation for driving the same car with a suspended license, according to court records.
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in Rutland District Court that his client should no longer be held without bail on the probation violation allegation.
The probation violation alleges that since Sausville's release from jail in late April 2004, she has repeatedly violated a curfew, abused substances and driven a vehicle, all without the permission of her probation officer.
Judge William Cohen agreed to change the bail order. He set bail at $1,000 cash or surety, and ordered that if released, Sausville must abide by a 24 hour curfew and report daily to the Air Max 90 Og Infrared 2015
"Ms. Sausville stands convicted of killing the father of her child in a car crash while she was driving without a license and in a grossly negligent manner," the prosecutor said.
He said previous problems involving scheduling and conflicts with Sausville's prior attorney has led to her serving about nine months in jail awaiting a hearing on the probation violation. Generally, Furlan said, those hearings take place much more quickly.
"She's already been sanctioned and punished for every alleged violation," the defense attorney said.
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