My husband is going to a revocation of probation hearing November fourth for his third violation, which was a failure to ID in a different county where he went to jail the same night. He was put on for evading arrest, violated once for failing a drug test and then got 6 months more probation. He said his second violation was for admitting to smoking weed. His probation officer wrote a letter saying that she wanted him to be let go on the charge, because he's done with his probation. He participated in all the programs they wanted, and has been doing great ever since the last violation, passing hair tests and showing up to every meeting/program (the violation happened in March, but probation just found out about it, which means he lied by not telling them.) What would happen? What are the chances that the judge would let him go?