If your probation is violated you are subject to the penalties for the original offense. This could include more probation, community control, or even jail. A violation must be willful and substantial however. I suggest you consult with a criminal defense attorney to weigh your options. Good luck!
If the probation has already. een terminated, you cannot be violated because the court has lost jurisdiction
Robert E. Heyman,Esq.
I agree with Mr. Heyman, if your probation has been terminated, the court lacks jurisdiction to violate you. Good luck with your situation.
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