In general, any violation of a general condition of your probation carries a possible revocation of up to two (2) years, and any violation of a special condition of probation carries a maximum revocation of all time you have left, even exceeding two (2) years. Sounds like a general condition here. I doubt it will be anywhere near that long though.
Have your family or friends hire you a lawyer who can start working on this for you right away.
It usually two years maximum, or however much time you have left on probation if it is less than two years.
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