I think convictions is the key... read your terms and conditons of probation form
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Talk to your probation officer.
I would think that she is not convicted, so she has no record.
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first. Good luck:)Ask a similar question
I agree the AVVO posters. It is important to review the terms of probation, speak with the probation department, and ask your prior attorney or public defender.Ask a similar question
I think that unless she has other convictions for felonies this would be o.k. unless she becomes convicted. You might want to discuss this with your probation officer carefully.
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The answer is NO. she cannot get violated under this scenario even if she were actually a sentenced individual. Good Luck.Ask a similar question