By using "da" do you mean "the"? Even substituting I do not understand the question. It seems like you caught some new charges while on probation. You then have to face the new charges as well as a violation of probation, and yes a judge can make you do more time, most likely.
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Your question is unclear, but it appears you are facing new charges while on probation. If so, the judge can give you additional time. It's time to consult with a local criminal attorney for assistance.
You really need to speak with a criminal defense attorney to help you with this situation. If you've picked up new charges while on probation, you could be in a world of trouble. If you picked up new charges around the same time your probation was set to end, you could still find yourself in hot water.
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A writ of arrest signed by a Judge initiated by the delinquency report filed by Probation Officer tolls or stops the probation time from running. The suspended time to serve in the probation case may have to be served.
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