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Asked on: 3/25/10, 5:06 pm


I am a probationer from Colorado. I am serving a two year probation sentence where i have the option of getting out a year early if all of my requirements are met. I have transfered my probation to my home state of NY and have been on it for over a year. My probation officer has sent Colorado my progress report and it is now up to a judge to decide what i can get. His options are A. early termination of probation B. unsupervised probation C. stay on supervised probation. I have been doing really well and have all my requirements met so iam hopefull of a good decision by the judge. The only problem is that my old probation officer in Colorado has informed me that if the judge decides on unsupervised probation I would still have to stay supervized in NY because of the interstate compact iam on while being a transfer probationer. My question is if this happens, can I move back to Colorado and be automatically put on unsupervised probation or would i have to re apply for another decision by the judge. Thank you for all your help, because at this point my probation officers are not very helpful.


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