• I doubt it . You were supposed to prove yourself while out on probation. But never give up hope they may give you house arrest if your crime is not that serious and you have a permanent address you can provide..
  • You will not get any informed replies here. Among other things I would say it will depend on the judge hearing your case, your past record, any recommendations from court officers and any defense may mount.

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