I'm on probation for domestic violence and they gave me a year even though I didn't hit her I was the one with bruses but I have a po that violated me because I didn't see her I called her a head of time and she said she would send me the dates she wants me to see her. But never did so I called her multiple times and she never calls me back she waited two weeks to call me and now I have a warrant out for my arrest .
I need more details but it appears you never even made the first probation appointment. Engage an attorney, you might be able to avoid jail but you are certianly looking toward jail time. The court HATES to be ignored.
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You really need to have an attorney go over your file and see what can be done. It will depend on the circumstances of the alleged PV. It will also be related to whether or not you have a new charge. In the Roseville Court (where Fraser matters are handled), you are facing some difficult probation officers who almost always bring violations for what you describe. Fortunately, with an attorney who could make a good presentation to the Judge, you may be able to win a PV hearing, or perhaps mitigate the consequences if you plea or are found guilty of the PV.
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