There is no automatic answer. Normally a DUI will trigger a probation violation warrant and will result in a violation of some type (partial or full). Usually this depends on a variety of circumstances such as:
1) your criminal record
2) your history of supervision
3) your probation officer's attitude of your compliance with probation
4) the prosecutor's attitude
5) the judge's attitude
There are a lot of variables in this... as you can see.
To be on the safe side you should count on a probation violation (a pretty safe bet) and that you will be facing substantial punishment for the violation (another pretty safe bet). Given this scenario I think you should immediately seek a local attorney's advice and representation. Your attorney will closely evaluate the DUI for defenses which could potentially dispose of the DUI and probation violation in one sweep. Otherwise he/she will work to resolve both cases in a manner that is acceptable to you and the State of Georgia.
Remember that you are likely under a duty to report this to your probation officer so get in to see an attorney first thing in the morning. Then make the call to your probation officer.
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