The second order should replace the first order. If in doubt have your attorney send a copy to probation. Probation should have been notified with new order issuing.
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Agreed - to avoid any potentially serious headaches, I'd hand-walk that order into probation and make sure they close the account. Get the name of the person you speak to. Have an extra copy of the order on hand.
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