It is suggested that you contact the attorney who represented you in your case. The attorney will have the most information about you and the case. The attorney can call the PO and attempt to smooth things out. Good luck.
The alternative to Mr. Keller's sound recommendation is for you to call your PO immediately and explain your situation. If you delay and he has to contact you it will be worse.
Its hard to give odds in anything law related but I think if your compliant in all other areas and you are apologetic and accept responsibility with the PO they may not violate you if it was only one missed appointment. If it was more than one, well then you have an issue. As Mr. Keller said contact your attorney and ask him to intercede if necessary.
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It is very difficult to assess your situation without all of the facts. The Franklin County criminal justice system is tough. You should consult with and retain counsel immediately.
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