Since you were already convicted for the first DUI, you can no longer fight it. Since you violated probation and you got caught on the same offense, it is possible to do jail time, since you did not comply with the conditions of your probation. So for the first DUI there is a 24 jail time and with the second offense there is a 72 hour one. Now, it is possible to get released on probation again, but I would definitely encourage you have counsel to speak with the prosecuting attorney to convince they to give you a second chance. If they do give you probation, it may consist of doing more community service, alcohol/drug evaluation and meetings, along with a possible fine of upto $1000.00, not to mention license suspension.
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