If you don't have an attorney you should consider hiring one to represent him on what will likely be a motion to revoke his probation. This could result in him being sent to jail for the time stated in his plea agreement or an attorney could try to get the probation extended.
Your boyfriend signed an agreement that if he violated the terms of his probation the judge could sentence him up to the maximum time and fine for the offense. It is up to the judge whether he gives your boyfriend another chance and does not revoke his probation. Some courts will extend his probation and force him to get treatment or else face jail time others will just revoke him and sentence him to jail time. Since all courts are different, you should consult his attorney that represented him on his case or go and consult with other attorneys that are familiar with the court were he was put on probation. No one here can tell you for sure if he will do jail time, but he will need an attorney to keep him out of jail. Good luck.
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Yes, he could quite possibly expect jail time if the judge were to apply statutes with strict interpretation. He should seek a consultation with a criminal defense attorney. I hate to say it, but if his attitude is that he thinks he can get away with anything, then maybe jail time will be the cold hard slap in the face that he needs.
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