Most likely not because they have still posted bond on the one case.
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You should consult an attorney about having the probation case set for a bond hearing. At a bond hearing the attorney can ask the judge to set a bond so he can be released or at least a conversation between the defense attorney and probation officer can occur so that the P.O. might give some insight as to what might need to happen (i.e. payment toward restitution, etc. on the probation case) in order to persuade the P.O. to not object to the holder being lifted.