Q: I'd like to know if I can be legally violated on probation for what I explained happened
A: This question is difficult to answer, based on question posed. Probation violations typically are for doing something prohibited or set forth in a person's terms of probation, i.e. no alcohol or drugs, must find a job, etc.... When asking about "for what I explained happened," if you are questioning admitting to a probation violation, the answer would be yes. Many times during a probation violation hearing a Judge will sometimes not revoke if there is a good reason why a violation occurred.
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