If you break the rules of your probation
You could go back to court if you break any rules of your probation. For example, if you:
- do something your sentence bans you from doing
- commit another crime
- miss meetings and appointments without a good reason
- behave in an aggressive, racist or other unacceptable way at a meeting or appointment
You can also be taken back to prison if you break the conditions of your licence or parole.