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You are supposed to inform your probation officer of any new arrest. THe speeding ticket is not a problem, but the driving on a suspended license is another matter, since it is a criminal offense. Probation does not generally violate just for an arrest, and in my experience, they will wait a bit before they lodge a violation to see what will happen with the new case.
You claim that you were misinformed about your driving status, and I take that to mean you have a defense to the charge. You should contact your lawyer and see if you can fight the case or if he can negotiate with the prosectutor to reduce that charge to another traffic violation. Then probation will likely not bother with you. That would be the best case scenario. The worst case would be that probation violates you and asks the judge to revoke your probation and to resentence you to jail. Then the judge can impose any incarceratory sentence he wants up to the maximum the law allows for that crime. Again, you'd want your lawyer involved sot that you have reqpresentation on the 30th so that if probation does want to terminate you unfavorably and have you resentenced, your lawyer can make an argument for something other than jail, such as house arrest.