This appears to be a continuation of the question I previously answered under http://www.avvo.com/legal-answers/if-public-urination-is-a-violation-and-no-record---83019.html
As I said there, I do not believe that you are going to get maxed out here. On the other hand, there may be some exposure.
One of the issues that you need to review are the standard terms of probation that you received when you were placed on probation. In many States, these list arrested for another offense / charged with another offense as a basis to violate you. It also may depend on whether your State defines the terms arrested and charged as being the same thing. Some States do.
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