Normally, sentences imposed by courts are not revoked but probation that may be part of such sentences can be and often is.
Consequently, the dispositional outcome referenced probably refers to the fact that the probation part of your friend's sentence was revoked as a result of some vioation on his part or condition of the probation which he or she failed to meet or comply with.
You could, of course, always contact the clerk's office of the criminal court involved to confirm this apparent disposition.
I agree that you would be well advised to contact the clerk's office of the criminal court involved to confirm this apparent disposition.
Good luck to you.
God bless. I am in Chicago and do not practice in your state.
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