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Transferring Probation to another city, same state

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1,751 words with 2 Comments; publish: Sat, 07 Oct 2006 14:47:00 GMT; (80046.88, « »)

The state is: Az

I will be finishing my parole in a couple of months. I moved to another city, same state

to get away from my so-called friends, etc. Now I would like to have my probation

in the city I now am living. Living with parents, got a job, doing good.

How and who do I contact to see if I can get my probation where I am now living and

when should I do that.

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    • yes, I called them as soon as I was released from DOC and explained I was doing

      my parole in another city, they said that I would start my probation when my parole

      ended and to call them. I thought I should contact them prior to my release but didn't know how long before I should do that.

      Thanks

      #1; Wed, 11 Oct 2006 21:14:00 GMT
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      === Original Words ===

      What is the name of your state? Az

      I will be finishing my parole in a couple of months. I moved to another city, same state

      to get away from my so-called friends, etc. Now I would like to have my probation

      in the city I now am living. Living with parents, got a job, doing good.

      How and who do I contact to see if I can get my probation where I am now living and

      when should I do that.

      You speak to your probation officer to see if they would do an Intrastate transfer, where they would request that the new county provide courtesy supervision of your case.

      I hope that you told your probation officer before you moved, or at the latest, within 24 hours of your move.

      #2; Wed, 11 Oct 2006 18:18:00 GMT