The probation office is the one responsible who files the probation violation with the court. recommend talking with a criminal defense attorney. An attorney will be able to help negotiate the system for you, and potentially keep your son on 7411 status and out of jail. As a general rule, just because there is a probation violation does not mean that the probationer will lose his status or go to jail. It depends on the judge as he is the one that will determine the sentence.
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You should really consider working with an attorney to help with your son's situation. The possible consequences and your son's future are just too important to just wait and see how his fate works out. If its a close call, a good attorney may be able to strike a deal with the probation officer or the court so that he doesn't have to get a probation violation. I suggest you use www.avvo.com to find a 10.0 rated criminal defense lawyer and ask for a free consultation. Best of luck! - Loren Dickstein www.notafraidtowin.com.