Most importantly you have the right to an attorney. You also have the right to a hearing. At the hearing, a judge hears the evidence against you and decides if you violated any term of your probation. At a hearing, the burden of proof is on the prosecutor to prove that you violated a term or condition of your probation “by a preponderance of the evidence”. This is a lesser burden than a criminal case where the burden of proof is “beyond a reasonable doubt”.