If I understand you correctly, you pled guilty or lost at a VOP hearing. You were sentenced to 16 mos. for the VOP. I assume you did not have counsel, though you should have hired counsel or asked for the Public Defender. If you had either, contact that person. He or he knows your case better than anyone. If you were pro per, unless the Court split the sentence, you are off probation when you are released. It is best to look at your sentencing order to be sure.
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This will depend on the full circumstances of your VOP. If you were given the full term, then at the end there will be nothing to do. But, if that is only part of what you could have done, then to be released, you can be put back on probation. You should check with your lawyer who handled the case to explain what terms the judge actually gave you.