My boyfriend was placed on Formal Probation in the State of California for PC237a(b). This is a misdemeanor. His PO is the one whom felony probationers are assigned and we feel that she is treating him as if he was found guilty of a felony not a misdemeanor with her actions and assignments.Thank you- greatly appreciated. There's really not much more to the story other than he was arrested for a felony- we ran out of money before we could go to trial so he took a plea. That's the sad fact of the matter. As for his attorney- we are getting ready to file a complaint with the Bar Association because he attorney seldom returned calls. If he did return calls they were ten days later and after we had sent multiple emails asking for a meeting. We sent his atty an email five weeks ago asking to discuss probation because something didn't seem right and have never heard from him or his staff. I personally think that the conduct alone on the atty's behalf is fishy and needs to be addressed and lead to the plea and not a dismissal. I could rant all day about that but won't. Thank you again for your opinions and advice. Well heeded.