The probation officer wanted to violate Lindsay's probation for 3 reasons, based on the probation report obtained by TMZ.
-- Lindsay did not pay $3,900 in fees for her community service. But probation was wrong, because the fees are accrued over a 3 year period, and, as Judge Sautner wrote in the margins of the report, "Probation concedes $3,900 is not currently owed."
-- Lindsay did not return the call of the probation officer. Again, the probation officer was wrong. As Judge Sautner wrote in the margins, "Probation now states [Lindsay] phoned 3 times on 6/15 and left message."
-- Lindsay did not present proof to the Probation Department that she was enrolled in her community service program, the shoplifting program, and the psychological counseling program. Again, the probation officer was off base. The judge wrote, "[Lindsay] was ordered to provide proof to court on 7/21 -- not to probation."
The probation officer has been trying to get several judges to find Lindsay in violation of her probation for a while now and have her thrown in jail, and people connected with Lindsay think the probation officer has an ax to grind.