If Florida finds out that there has been probable cause that you committed a new law violation, such as DWI while on probation you will very likely be violated. If your probation has been terminated before a violation is submitted then you may be okay. If your probation officer is stating he isn't violating you, that is a good thing but I would be cautious of that as it is not common they just "don't violate you when you commit a new law violation" typically it is an automatic violation. If you are violated you will have to answer to the violation of probation charges in Florida. An attorney would be able to help you sort through the violation, work with the prosecutor and try to get you a bond for the violation of probation so you do not have to be in jail while the violation is pending. Under Florida law, you are not entitltled to a bond on a violation of probation, so it would be discretionary if you did have a bond. You definitely should seek the advice of an attorney in both Florida and NH to determine what is the best way to handle your cases.
If your PO does not notify Florida and you charge is dropped or acquitted he williston likely notify Florida and a warrant would normally be issued.
I suggest you get prepared for all eventualities.
If the Florida Probation Officer is notified you will probably be violated. You should try to fight the charfe there if possible.
If your probation officer does violate you then you would be extradited back to Florida if the Judge requests it. Anything can happen with the violation sentence. You can be sent to prison or reinstated or your probation can be modified with added conditions. You should get an attorney lined up here in florida to deal with the VOP if it hits.
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