I had a high risk pregnancy with my twins so I wasn't able to start my community service. I haven't been in no trouble since then and currently working what the worse can happen to me
That would depend on how long you have failed to complete your community service. Have you completed or followed the other conditions of your probation. Have you discussed this with your community service officer, your probation officer, your attorney. You need to retain a criminal lawyer to represent you in this matter. The worst that can happen is a probation revocation and your suspended jail sentence enforced.
You should contact the probation department as soon as possible and discuss your options. You'll want to gather documentation to verify your past/present medical condition. If the probation department is looking to revoke you or if you are medically unable to complete community service, you should contact an experienced criminal defense attorney who regularly practices in that court to get the matter before the judge and see if the judge is willing to eliminate the community service requirement.
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The worst that can happen is that the Judge can find that you violated probation and put you in jail. That is not necessarily going to happen. All Judges, prosecutors and jurisdictions are different. Many Judges will give you a second chance and continue you on probation. Hire a good attorney to assist you.
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