Maybe. Call the lawyer who represented you on the underlying case yesterday. It wouldn't hurt to get yourself to an AA/NA meeting straight away, either, and get the chair to sign your slip at the end of the meeting.
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You are on supervised release, not probation. A violation of law is grounds for revocation of SR. Call the lawyer who represented you before.
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Call your federal attorney that represented you at sentencing. Talk to your PO about whatever rehab or program they want you to do. Hopefully, you have been doing everything else perfectly on your Supervised Release.
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