can you leave the state on felony probation in the prcc program without permission?
Answered on: 9/23/13, 1:52 pm by Robert Gardner
That is a very bad idea, as it is probably a condition of probation to notify your probation officer or seek their permission before you leave the state. If it is a condition, ask for permission and don't go without it. If it is not a condition, you should be fine. Leaving without permission when it is required is a probation violation which could see you spend the rest of your probation term in prison.
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