It is not possible. A judge can't sentence you to a couple of months in jail on a felony. She can sentence you to a couple of years in prison. It sounds like you've come a long way. I would do everything possible to finish out the probation successfully.
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You cannot serve a couple of months in jail to end a felony probation. If that probation is revoked, you are looking at 2 years in prison minimum. Do not believe the crap that people in jail tell you - that is part of why they are in jail.
What can happen really depends on the judge (there are 22 felony judges in Harris County) and WHY you think this is necessary. Most judges are not quick to release someone from the obligations. If you have a year left, then they would have to sentence you to a that remaining time in jail as a condition of probation.
Frankly, I do not see this happening for you, especially with one violation under you belt.
A judge couldn't sentence you to less than 2 years in prison so I highly recommend you just successfully complete the remainder of your probation.
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