Of course the judge will consider it. What is going on in the Judges head is another story and how badly your probation officer paints the picture of your violations also matters as well. If you are fortunate enough to be kept on probation or given weekends, I would toe the line from now on. It will come back to haunt you if you don't comply with the terms and conditions of probation to the letter. Good luck with it.
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No one can answer what a judge will do in any circumstance, however any judge will pay attention to all the information before them. You should discuss this with your attorney.
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