Ok, so back in early October I violated my pprobation by testing positive for marijuana. I have since not smoked and I went in to my last meeting with my probation officer on the 18th this month. I took a drug test, I have since finished all community service and paid all fines. He said that I would have abother meeting on Tuesday, (tomorrow) and if I did not need to come he would call me and let me know. Now my question is, are they able to check the levels in the urine and determine that levels have since decreased and not violate me? It's been nearly 2 months so I assume I would be clean. However the fact that it's Monday and nearly 5 and have not received a call worries me... is he just not calling cause I have paperwork to sign? I don't understand.... I'm worried.
Pick up the phone and call the probation officer and see if you need to come in. The test at the office will not break Dow the level of ThC, so they will need to have the sample sent to the crime lab. Unfortunately, the probation officer may not have sympathy. You need to ask the officer if they could send it off to the crime lab and give you a court date after the results have returned. Hope that helps.
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