In order to give you any kind of accurate answer, we would need more information. A violation of probation is the violation of a set of conditions set forth by the court. A person was found guilty of the crime, and given probation instead of a jail sentence. This means the person must meet certain criteria for behavior until the probation period ends. Violating that probation in most cases results in a person being resentenced, as the contract of the sentence has been broken. I can't apply this to your example without more information, but on the surface, it does not sound like double jeopardy.