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It appears to not be a violation of your probation since the act occurred prior to your probation. However, a probation officer typically still has the authority to violate you for other reasons.
You will want to gather evidence that you are not the same person and retain local counsel to represent you in the new matter.
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So, just so I stop worrying... I am sorry, I just want to make sure I don't get in anymore trouble. I just am sick of my past and have been making forward progress. I am the same person, but not the same person because of my past mistakes. So, he normally would not get a warrant? The paperwork was just filed last week for this case, but the date of violation was January 2007. So, even though it was filed just last week, but the violation was before the probation term, I am not violating probation? I just need some reassurance.