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If you are found in violation of probation, the judge has a few options.
VIOLATIONS OF PROBATION
Types of Violations
If you faced criminal charges and either entered a plea or were found guilty at trial, the judge may have sentenced you to supervised probation with some terms and conditions to complete. Supervised probation can be tricky for many people--if you miss payments, fail to complete classes, use certain substances, skip appointments, or make contact with certain people, you may be facing a Violation of Probation (VOP) with possible jail time. Here are some things to expect if you are currently on probation, or if you are already facing a Violation of Probation.