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The PEOPLE of the State of New York, Respondent, v. Delaisia LUCKERSON, also known Delaisia Hasbrouck, Appellant.

Decided: January 21, 2016

Before: PETERS, P.J., GARRY, EGAN JR., ROSE and DEVINE, JJ. Theodore J. Stein, Woodstock, for appellant. D. Holley Carnright, District Attorney, Kingston (Joan Gudesblatt Lamb of counsel), for respondent.

Appeal from a judgment of the County Court of Ulster County (Williams, J.), rendered March 13, 2014, convicting defendant upon her plea of guilty of the crimes of grand larceny in the third degree and criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree.

In 2013, defendant was charged in an indictment with two counts of grand larceny in the third degree related to her receipt of unemployment benefits to which she was not entitled. Subsequently, a second indictment stemming from a separate incident charged her with three counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree and three counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance in the third degree. In full satisfaction of both indictments, defendant plead guilty to one count of grand larceny in the third degree and one count of criminal sale of a controlled substance in the third degree and waived her right to appeal. She was then sentenced to concurrent prison terms of 1 to 3 years on the grand larceny count and three years on the criminal sale of a controlled substance count, to be followed by two years of postrelease supervision (hereinafter PRS). Defendant appeals.

Initially, defendant failed to preserve her argument that she was not arraigned on the charges of grand larceny in the third degree, in violation of CPL 180.10 (see People v. Hallenbeck, 81 AD3d 1077, 1078 [2011] ). To the extent that this argument implicates County Court's jurisdiction, defendant consented to such jurisdiction through her subsequent appearance and entry of a plea (see People v. Miller, 27 AD3d 1017, 1018 [2006]; People v. Golston, 13 AD3d 887, 889 [2004], lv denied 5 NY3d 789 [2005]; People v. Roberts, 6 AD3d 942, 943 [2004], lv denied 3 NY3d 662 [2004] ).

Defendant's challenge to the sufficiency of the allegations in the indictments is similarly unpreserved for our review and waived by her guilty plea (see People v. Cruz, 104 AD3d 1022, 1024 [2013]; People v. Brown, 75 AD3d 655, 656 [2010] ). In any event, the indictments, as amplified by the People's responses to County Court's discovery orders, provided defendant with “sufficient notice of the accusations against [her] to enable [her] to prepare a defense” (People v. Perez, 93 AD3d 1032, 1035 [2012], lvs denied 19 NY3d 1000 [2012] ).

Finally, the record belies defendant's argument that she was not adequately apprised that her sentence would include a period of PRS. Defendant was informed during the plea proceedings that, in exchange for her plea, she would receive a sentencing recommendation that would include, as is relevant here, two years of PRS. County Court further advised her that if she accepted the plea, she faced a maximum possible prison sentence of nine years that would include two years of PRS. Defendant failed to object to the imposition of PRS, either during the plea proceedings in January 2014 or at her subsequent sentencing in March 2014, nor did she move to withdraw her plea by a postallocution motion. Thus, as defendant had knowledge of the PRS component of her plea and an “ample opportunity to raise an objection” prior to the imposition of the sentence, her failure to do so renders her contention unpreserved for our review (People v. Crowder, 24 NY3d 1134, 1136–1137 [2015]; see People v. Murray, 15 NY3d 725, 726–727 [2010]; People v. Medina, 129 AD3d 1385, 1386 [2015] ).

PETERS, P.J., EGAN JR., ROSE and DEVINE, JJ., concur.

ORDERED that the judgment is affirmed.