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It is absolutely possible to be incarcerated after a probation surrender hearing. What's going to make the difference? Frankly, your defense, because the facts are really quite simple. You've violated probation. Now, with the right representation you can perhaps show that one, you didn't violate it or you didn't mean to violate it, or there's a particular reason that you violated it, and here's the reason that it won't happen again. You need an experienced attorney, who's handled probation violations, to realize how to defend you, because it's different from other criminal cases. Im Sam Goldberg, lead counsel for criminal defense matters, at Altman and Altman in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I have twenty-five years of experience. If youre in trouble and you need someone in your corner, who cares, and will fight for you, give me a call.