Possibly. Someone, preferably a lawyer, needs to talk to your probation officer and see what can be worked out to resolve the issue. I recommend hiring someone local who is familiar with the court you're in.
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I agree with the previous lawyer, hiring a local attorney who has relationships with the players is key. I would also advise that you complete the community service ASAP, better to do community service than jail.