It's impossible to give you a clear answer to this question without a lot more information. It sounds like you're talking about formal (felony) probation. It could be as little as reinstating probation (likely if it's going to be a first time violation and the crime is minor) to state prison time if probation is revoked (more likely if there have been prior violations and the crime is more serious).
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Were you on formal probation? What charge? What sentence?
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