Yes, your probation officer does have the right to make home visits, and if possessing alcohol is a violation of your probation conditions, then yes, she can ask the court to revoke your probation if she finds alvohol in your home, regardless of whether you say it belongs to your husband. Basically, while you're on probation, your legal rights (and effectively those of anyone living with you) are restricted, and that's something you agreed to when you accepted the probation conditions.
Your probation officer can come to your home and give a cursory look but they can't turn it upside down like the police do.
It they start dumping out drawers and stuff you need to file a complaint against the officer.
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