You've obviously got a great deal of experience with this PO and the system in which she functions. It 's good you are doing what you have been requested to do; that is your best hope for avoiding a violation, but you know as well as I do that it is up to her in the first instance whether you are violated. There is nothing you can do at this point other than what you are supposed to do. Good luck.
Keep your head up and do what the PO asked you to do and you should be good, best of luck.
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If you have done everything she asked you to do, and she told you she would not recommend jail time, then she probably won't. Keep in mind that the judge has final say if the PO asks for a hearing.
Rule of thumb: if you do what your PO tells you to do, you're going to be okay. Contrary to popular belief most POs are not actually in the business of deliberately throwing their clients under the bus. It definitely happens from time to time, but in the vast majority of cases, if you work with your PO, they'll work with you.
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