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Posted almost 4 years ago.

Let's just say since this site doesn't let you delete your questions after they are answered, I have to be careful what details i put in my question. And that being said, yes it is my place to interfere for reasons I can't put on here. So that being said, I am not 'ratting her out" and would like to know if this is enough to get the probation officer to investigate?

Jonathan Burton Blecher
Jonathan Burton Blecher, Criminal Defense Attorney - Miami, FL
Posted almost 4 years ago.

Each probation officer has a different threshold of tolerance. Each one has a different level of how much work they want to do. The answer to your question is within those parameters.