If everyone is in agreement and the Defendant is fully colloquied, then yes.
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Yes. However, some might say that the jurisdiction expires and that a judge simply cannot do this.
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Yes. Up to a total of 6 months probation in that scenario.
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While a maximum jail sentence for second-degree is 60 days, the court may impose probation for up to six months. In your example if a person had served 45 days probation and had violated his probation the court may extend probation for the remainder of six months. The court could also impose community control as a condition of the probation.
Could this happen? I imagine it could. Can one realistically expect to get the state and the judge on board? That's a whole other question.