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Typically, as long as an individual complies with the terms of his/her probation, an individual should not be accused of a violation. Of course, in some instance, a malicious person could theoretically attempt to make it appear that an individual has violated his/her probation. However, such false accusations could expose the accuser to civil liability and possible criminal charges (for making false statements to law enforcement officers).
It's worth noting that, if an individual's former significant other is harassing the individual or stalking the individual, an individual may petition for a restraining order. Such an order can prohibit contact or further harassment. You can read about such orders at the link below.
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