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If you violate your DUI probation, or let’s say, you got it reduced to something like a wreckless operation, you’ll still be on probation. If you violate probation, you will typically have time hanging over your head. For example, a DUI, the maximum penalty is 180 days. If you were a first-time offender and you did three days in jail or a driver’s intervention program, you still have 177 days on the shelf to serve, if you violate the terms and conditions of your probation. You need to hire a lawyer right away, in order to convince the judge that your violation wasn’t significant, or at the very least, if it is significant, to give you another chance, so you don’t go to jail.