It depends. If the judge revoked probation prior to the termination date, then the clock would have stopped running on your probation and the judge would still retain jurisdiction.
On the other hand, if the judge merely revoked and then immediately reinstated probation, which may have happened, then probation may have thereafter run out and with it, jurisdiction.
It is hard to tell by your question. If judge issued warrant prior to your termination date, the court has jurisdiction.
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