Unfortunately, attorneys cannot advise you here on Avvo. Having said that, you violated your probation and the original crime may resurface. Speak with your attorney from the original crime.
By "disciplinary probation" do you mean you are on probation with SUNY? If so, SUNY can consider your ew case. I suggest you retain a good lawyer.
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From the facts given, it sounds like you were not charged by the local police with anything. This sounds like an internal university matter. You should still retain an attorney.
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SUNY may institute disciplinary proceedings against you and will provide you with a process to defend yourself before the disiplining body if they are made aware of the violation and it is considered a violation of your probation. This is an internal matter to the university and your are entitled to a due process hearing since it is a public university.
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