December 22, 2014
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Albany, NY

Investigation into the Improper Removal of Court-Imposed Driving Restrictions By a Department of Motor Vehicles Employee

Investigation into the Improper Removal of Court-Imposed Driving Restrictions By a Department of Motor Vehicles Employee

The Inspector General received a complaint alleging Sherri Freitas, a Supervising Driver Improvement Examiner at the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), inappropriately contacted a DMV Administrative Law Judge to discuss a Driving While Intoxicated case pending against her boyfriend. The complaint also indicated that Freitas improperly accessed DMV records to obtain information about her boyfriend’s case. Subsequently, the Inspector General received an additional complaint that Freitas had improperly removed the ignition interlock restriction from her boyfriend’s driver license following his conviction for Driving While Intoxicated.

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