You need to determine what the conditions are of your probation. There should be a list of them in your file. Ask your probation officer for that list so you can see it for yourself. If you cannot hunt per your agent, that rule would have to be somewhere in your file.
I agree with Attorney Redding. Wisconsin is a unique state in that the conviction is not criminal. At the same time, you must be looking out for your future in the event the police pull you over again.
You can sue anyone for anything. The real questions is, will your suit make it to court. Additionally, you have to ask yourself whether you have any realistic opportunity of recovering any money from the person who violated you. Your probably have a case, but it would be difficult to prove and probably even harder to recover the money.
Your fiance may in fact be stuck in limbo. If he has been revoked and is awaiting sentencing, he is not going to have much luck changing his court date. I would be more than happy to answer any further questions that you may have.
This always depends on the particular facts of each case. In rare circumstances, one county can charge acts in another county. The general rule of thumb is that the district attorney in the county where the acts are alleged to have occurred has jurisdiction over charging the crime. Your attorney should raise an objection to jurisdiction if this is not the case.
Felonies in 2006 were not allowed to be expunged. The law has since changed. I would recommend calling a local attorney and seeing if you can get your record expunged. Typically when making a decision whether to expunge a record, a judge will look to your prior law enforcement contacts, your behavior since the incident, and whether you and the community will be served by you having a clean record.