In the State of Michigan, a person who is convicted of a probation violation is subject to serving up to the maximum period of incarceration for the underlying crime. So, if the person is on probation for a 4-year felony of distribution of marijuana, the probationer can be incarcerated for up to 4 years for a serious probation violation. Additionally, if the act that resulted in the probation violation was itself a crime, the probationer can also be punished and incarcerated for committing...