What does 'stay of ajudication revoked and anulled' mean? Am I facing jail time?
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The stay of adjudication was a deal that kept the crime off of your record. If they think that you violated a term of your probation, they can try to take away the stay of adjudication. If the prosecution is successful on that, the result would be that you are convicted of the felony. You could face additional jail time or even up to the maximum guidelines sentence. You should absolutely get a lawyer hired to help you. You may still have a chance to keep that stay of adjudication.
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If your stay if adjudication is revoked you will be re-sentenced and it will be stuck in your record. You could face a jail sentence now too. You should consult with your lawyer...