If you were placed on probation and failed to meet any of the conditions set forth in your probation you may be charged with Probation Violation and scheduled to attend an initial surrender hearing. At this hearing your probation officer will summarize the alleged default and the Judge will determine whether or not there is probable cause to believe that you violated a term of your probation. If so, you will be scheduled for a final surrender hearing. If the judge finds you to be a danger, or your probation officer requests, you may be held until the next hearing. A well versed attorney can argue for bail or against you being held.