I wholeheartedly agree with member "darwinrules". Probation is the easiest sentence for someone who has committed a crime; it is given in lieu of jail time. Essentially, the court is giving you the opportunity to prove your act was a one-time circumstance. Unfortunately, common sense is not one of the criteria measured when the judicial system awards probation to a defendant, as you have demonstrated. You neither lack opportunity nor fairness -- what you (and, I suspect your parents) are grossly lacking is integrity, fortitude and courage. In common, simple terms: whatever you did that caused you to be arrested is YOUR fault, not society's. Your P.O. is hard on you because she is NOT your nanny, buddy, or boo. You haven't even made a sincere effort at living within the conditions of your probation, having already committed 3 violations (interacting with persons using prohibited substances; leaving the city/county/state without permission; and having police contact). It's time to man-up and take your penalty. My last piece of advice: If you're afraid of going to jail -- STOP BREAKING THE LAW!!