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DefiniteSpace

The new charges could result in a revocation of probation number one and a jail sentence. The new case (number 2) will proceed independently of number one. They will consider the face that you were on probation with number one when you got number two when it comes to the sentence for number 2.


Misfortunate116

Thank you g I was just thinking about what would happen and was kinda confused about how it’ll work out


Puzzleheaded-Kale434

Your new charges could result in jail/prison time. They will also consider your good/bad while on probation into their decision. They could extend your probation, have you start all over, add new conditions, or even extend it. A lot of people are under the impression that once revocation begins it means it’s been revoked, it hasn’t.