Sure. Well, this is not good, but it's not the end for sure. Your actual PO will read the letter and call you in for a UA. If you fail, the PO will put in a MOTION TO REVOKE COMMUNITY SUPERVISION, i.e., to take away your probation. If that happens, there will be a hearing and if the Judge terminates your probation, you'd be sentenced in according to the sentencing guidelines for your original offense or be given the sentence
you already had minus the days you spent before you received probation. It will all fall on the Judge. If this happens, I do recommend an attorney and to explain what happened - there is little you can do to deny it. If the Judge warms to your story, perhaps he'll just admonish you and amend the probation to include UA every two weeks or so.But before all this happens, if you do test positive, talk to the PO and explain what happened - if the PO has a heart (they usually don't), it might not even get to the Judge.
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