Orange Osceola and Seminole counties. But don't ask us, ask the probation officer. If unclear file a motion for clarification of the sentence. Better to be safe than sorry.
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Am I missing something, or have you mistaken this forum for a place where one can ask directions? Because, I unfortunately, must have missed class the day that they covered the Florida geography section of criminal procedure. I would suggest that you contact the court or the probation department for the information that you are seeking.
Orange County, Seminole County, and Osceola County.
But, as always, please verify this with your probation officer. There's no need for a violation of probation just because probation was a bit vague as to what they meant by "tri-county".