It appears that there was a violation. Did you receive anything indicating
a warrant was issued? Thanks.
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Per your reporduction of the calendar notes, there was a hearing without you on the issue of violation. While it will be known to the court if you call (or the probation department) usually a hearing when the party doesn't show up turns out badly for that party.
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I would be interested to know where you got these notes & what state this is from. It is clear there was a violation of probation & certain information was going to be given to a collection agency. You need to give more information & check with the clerks office at the appropriate court
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