Your lucky she isn't locking you up for a violation. Be happy with that, and comply with all of the terms of probation and eventually the case will close.Ask a similar question
Mr. Klein has always seemed to be a very professional and very experienced attorney. I believe that your comments are unwarranted. You could be locked up for a technical violation, which would last until you went before a Judge/state parole board, they had a Gagnon hearing and the Judge/state parole board decided whether to revoke your probation. Technically, it is not the officer's decision whether to extend probation. However, if she decided that she wanted to recommend that it be revoked, you would be facing much more than an extra month of probation-you would be facing jail.
Michael L. Doyle