I again agree with Mr. Keller; he needs to have an attorney get involved in an effort to resolve it in the field. I'm assuming you are talking about the Pennsylvania Board of Probation and Parole. An appeal of action taken by PBPP would go to the Commonwealth Court, and it would be an expensive proposition with no guarantee of success. Talk to one or more qualified criminal defense attorneys in your area to see what they have to say about the prospects of getting the new PO's denial reversed. This will undoubtedly require a privately retained attorney as I don't think the Public Defender would undertake this project not would the court appoint counsel for this purpose. I may be mistaken in that belief, so if money is an insurmountable problem I would at least check with the PD's Office. Good luck.