The PO can seek a violation based on the issuance of the citations. You should retain a criminal defense attorney to fight the citations in district court and to represent you at the violation hearing. It will be money well spent to be represented by competent council. Good luck.
It's up to the discretion of the pdonation officer, as noted by attorney Keller, contact a defense attorney to address the tickets and violation
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I agree with the excellent advice you've received from Attorneys Keller and Crawford. Whether a violation report is filed with the court is definitely up to the PO and his/her supervisor. Whether you are actually violated and what punishment is received is up to the court. Seek the assistance of counsel to help you defend the traffic citations and assist you with any resulting violation.
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