Not a good start. You may not get them back. First look at your judgement. If the court order conditioned your Huber on being clean, you are going to have to petition the court to restore the privileges. If the judgement does not reflect that condition, it is still a violation of the rules and you can try to petition the jail administration for consideration. If that does not work, you can then petition the judge. However the odds are not good for you.
Yes, the odds are good that you will lose your Huber or work release, either of which requires a level of trust and compliance while you are out, and which will also require face regular testing upon your return each day. Since you have just proven that you cannot handle that trust by consuming drugs when you knew that you would be facing a test, most judges or PO's would conclude that you have a severe addiction. One response to that is to keep you in the lockup long enough for you to both dry out and to experience an extended period of sobriety, to see if that helps you better handle your next taste of freedom. The other approach, however, would be to revoke both your work release and our supervision. Much will depend upon your past treatment record, since one of these may be tolerated, while two or more over your lifetime would rarely be. An experienced criminal lawyer would probably improve your odds of getting your Huber back and escaping revocation.
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