I've been violated.
In New York, and I would assume where you are but I can not guarantee, that once you are violated the time on your probation stops running. Once you are reinstated, the time starts running again. Speak to your attorney or get an attorney. There are ways to get the time to run while the violation occurred. The time does not start again from the beginning. Good luck to you.
It depends on what the Judge decides to do. They can put you on a new term of probation or they can continue on probation or they can revoke your probation and make you serve time.
You need an experienced attorney to help with your probation violation. First of all some probation violation cases are winnable. I know I have done it. Second you will need an attorney to help make sure you stay on probation and don't end up doing time.
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