Egan Jr., J.
Appeals (1) from a judgment of the County Court of Albany County (Herrick, J.), rendered September 6, 2013, convicting defendant upon his plea of guilty of the crime of criminal contempt in the first degree, and (2) from a judgment of said court, rendered November 15, 2013, which revoked defendant's probation and imposed a sentence of imprisonment.
Defendant pleaded guilty to criminal contempt in the first degree and waived his right to appeal. County Court sentenced
We affirm. Contrary to defendant's contention, the plea colloquies and the counseled written waivers demonstrate that he knowingly, intelligently and voluntarily waived the right to appeal his conviction and resentence (see People v Long, 117 A.D.3d 1326, 1326 , lv denied 24 N.Y.3d 1003 ; People v Frasier, 105 A.D.3d 1079, 1080 , lv denied 22 N.Y.3d 1088 ). The valid appeal waivers preclude defendant's challenge to his resentence as harsh and excessive (see People v Moulton, 134 A.D.3d 1251, 1252 ; People v Handly, 122 A.D.3d 1007, 1008 ).
Defendant's challenges to the voluntariness of both his plea to the criminal contempt charge and his admission to violating his probation are not preserved for our review, inasmuch as the record fails to disclose that he made an appropriate postallocution motion and, further, defendant made no statements during the colloquies so as to trigger the narrow exception to the preservation rule (see People v Woodard, 139 A.D.3d 1238, 1238-1239 , lv denied 28 N.Y.3d 939 ; People v Skidds, 123 A.D.3d 1342, 1342-1343 , lv denied 25 N.Y.3d 992 ). Similarly, the lack of an appropriate postallocution motion renders defendant's claim that he was denied the effective assistance of counsel unpreserved for our review (see People v Beach, 115 A.D.3d 1117, 1118 ; People v Alexander, 110 A.D.3d 1111, 1112 , lv denied 22 N.Y.3d 1154 ).
Ordered that the judgments are affirmed.