Woman arrested on drug charges while avoiding sentencing on other drug charges ordered to attend drug-court programBy JOHN KOZIOL
Union Leader Correspondent
February 13. 2018 11:49PM
NORTH HAVERHILL — A woman arrested for possessing heroin while she was avoiding the imposition of a sentence from a prior narcotics case this week was ordered to attend the Grafton County Drug Treatment Court on the newer charge.
Emily Dailleboust, 25, who, according to court records, has resided in Littleton, Lisbon, and Bath over the past three years appeared Monday before Judge Peter Bornstein, who sentenced her under the terms of a plea agreement that gives Dailleboust no prison time but requires her to actively participate in and successfully complete the drug court program.
One year after the completion of the program, Dailleboust’s five-year probation would be terminated.
Dailleboust faced up to seven years in prison and a fine of as much as $25,000 if she was convicted of heroin possession.
Should she drop out of the drug court program, Dailleboust could be resentenced to no more than four years and no less than two-and-a-half years in prison; four years of probation and $620 in fines and court fees, payment of which Bornstein has suspended for five years.