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Old 07-27-2014, 07:48 PM
johnnyboy1812 johnnyboy1812 is offline
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Originally Posted by fbopnomore View Post
If your PO is recommending that you be released from probation, your chances of having that happen are far better than if the PO filed a PV with the judge. Since the PO said the judge has no reason to decline the paperwork, I wouldn't worry too much about it. I hope you receive your discharge letter soon.
Okay thank you. and a PV is a probation violation? When i failed for the dirty urines i never had to go to court or anything, just go to iop, and then to rehab. So does those count as PVs? I think it's strange if he tells me the judge has no real reason to deny my discharge, because i had several dirty urines throughout my probation.

Also, do you know how long it takes to receive my papers? or if i can call up about it. Thanks for the reply btw
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