I have been jailed twice for the same probation violation over two years apart, I had no new charges, but they want me to put back in jail, can I sue? 1 Answers as of February 27, 2017

In August 2011 placed on probation for 1 year following a VUSCA conviction. July 2012 due to budget concerns they releases all non-violent low level offenders who have completed half of time and owe no fees. I got a letter releasing me. March 2014 jailed for probation violation. Plus 4 more times, the last was for the same March 2014 violation. It was for kidnapping, double jeopardy and assault.

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You have nothing to sue about. And, violating terms of your probation can result to jail time. How many opportunities do you think you should get for so many violations?
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