The only rights you have as a person on probation is to follow the terms of your sentence . If you violate them you can be sent back to court and square one. Get an attorney.
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While on probation there are many rules and conditions you must follow to stay out of trouble and out of jail. Probation can make life difficult, but by no means impossible. Many people successfully complete the terms of probation without any trouble, at all. It's all a matter of attitude. Keep a positive attitude, follow the rules, do what they tell you, and hunker-down until the probation is over. Don't make life difficult by bucking-the-system. You can't. Good luck.Ask a similar question
You have the right to an opportunity. That is a huge right. it is an opportunity to succeed (stay out of prison) and put probation behind you and then be free. Take advantage of it. Put the drugs aside and get through probation. I understand it is easier said than done, but for your own good, please get through probation by staying away from drugs. That is your right.Ask a similar question