I cannot find any cases online for probation as part of the fine. In Scott vs. State of Texas, he was fined 50 bucks & spent 2 days in jail. This was a precedent setting case in the clause 42.07 of Texas harassment law of which I stand accused. Essentially, I annoyed someone, I kid you not. My question is rooted in concern. I was arrested by a badgeless officer in my restaurant, thrown to the ground, and not told the charges. Pure Franz Kafka. No exaggeration. & now this: I have an attorney who insists this is a good deal. How might a corrupt court utilize such detail, when a decent man who knows too much, "violates" his parole? I am quite scared, if you haven't picked up on that. It is not just the fuzz in this town. This island is a moral swamp. Please help.