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Dear Customer ,
Thank you for posting your question today. A violation of the probation terms doesn't always result in the revocation of her probation and your granddaughter is entitled to a probation hearing on her breach of probationary terms.
If the officer isn't proceeding to revocation of her probation then she may receive a warning instead of hearing.
Probation officers have broad discretion so her unconditional promise to abide by the terms including a good will suggest at treatment may be sufficient in the circumstances.
At the minimum your granddaughter will be entitled to a full hearing before her probation can be revoked.
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