A person can receive all of the suspended sentence if they violate a term of their probation. Whether this will happen depends on the judge, the probation officer, how long the person has been on probation, how many violations they have, the severity of the probation, the persons past criminal record, and whether they have a good violation if a revocation is filed.
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It could be all of the suspended time, could be some of the suspended time, or could be none of the suspended time. It all depends on probation's position, the prosecutor's position, the severity of the violation itself, mitigating factors, and ultimately the judge's position.
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