I was suppose to be in a certain and arrived late, although, I tried to call to let her know but I was told that she still considered it a failure to appear even though I came.
Your probation officer may or may not violate you for this depending upon the probation officer and whether there have been other issues. Discuss the matter with your attorney.
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It depends on the agent. He/She could ask the judge for a warrant for arrest for violation of probation, ask te judge for a summons for violation of probation, or do nothing. I would call your agent. That way it will let them know you are taking this seriously.
It depends on your probation officer.
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Only your agent can say for certain what she will do. If the state alleges violation, then the judge may issue a summons or a warrant. You would still have a right to a hearing to present evidence that you did not willfully violate and to present mitigation.
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