I agree with Mr Sullivan. Additionally, the Court is going to be very frustrated and unforgiving concerning the violations of probation. Complete the hours and get an attorney. Good luck.
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Stop admitting to this in a public forum. I've given you this advice already in your previous post. You are admiting to an offense that will almost surely land you in jail.
As Counsel has stated, this could be deemed Criminal Contempt and definitly could violate your Probation. You need to speak with an Attorney as soon as possible!