I was given 18 months probation for my 2nd offense DWI and i blew a violation on my interlock
Hi. There are so may different ways this can go depending upon, in part, the probation office's recommendation (if any), who the Judge of the Court is, how long you have been on probation so far, whether you have any missed probation appointments, whether there have been any other interlock violations and possibly your alcohol level on the violation. Nothing says the Judge must put you in jail. Sometimes they can put the individual in jail, sometimes they can order Intensive Outpatient Counseling for Alcohol, sometimes they can do nothing at all but just have you return on a few more court dates to monitor your progress.
As a disclaimer, I am not your retained attorney at this time and am not allowed to provide you with legal advice. This is just my best guidance based on your question and my experience in the field.
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