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did your PO say you would be violated or what was said?
well that is good you got only the warning and so you are still on probation. only a judge can take that away if the po files a petition. but, it seems, that since you have been reporting and doing wht you have been directed that the po will give you the benefit of the doubt - this time. now you fully understand your conditions and there should be no more situations. best for you to always ask who is going to be present or who is present before go anywhere. if you still have questions about your conditions you should ask your po so there is no violation in your future. but as of now, you still are on probation
oh. i misunderstood. sorry. that is what i was trying to see in my first response. it may be mandatory that they need to report it. you will need to speak with your po and try to get him on your side as you explain to the court what happened. you will be able to bring your friend without her daughter, of course, in to court to say what happened. you can state that you had been doing everything as directed. your po can support that with field notes. and you will need to speak to your po to see if they will recommend continuance in lieu of termination of the probation
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