You should contact a criminal defense lawyer to help you with your situation. It is probable that your probation officer has filed a petition alleging that you violated the terms of your probation by failing to appear for your probation appointments and possibly failing to meet other requirements of your probation. The situation will not simply go away. You should address your case as soon as possible. An attorney can explain your rights to you and help you get the best result possible in your case. Good luck.
Juan C. Garcia, Jr.
GARCIA LAW OFFICE, LLC
I would have to see the plea agreement, but frequently in IN, you are sentenced to a period of jail which is suspended and served on probation. If you violate the probation, you may be required to serve the jail time. Also, there is probably an outstanding warrant for your arrest. You should hire a lawyer and address this matter soon before you are picked up.
I agree with my colleagues. Any possibility you have of resurrecting your probation will almost certainly vanish once you are arrested on an open warrant. Discuss your situation with a local criminal defense attorney as soon as possible and whatever you do, don't drive.
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