You will have to get the probation office's permission before moving or be in violation of the order.
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Discuss this situation with your PO first - he or she may have some favorable options for you. Otherwise you'll be issued an arrest warrant for violation of probation if you leave the jurisdiction.
You PO will be your best bet in this situation. Talk to them and let them know what is going on. They can let you know what to do and if the DA will agree.
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