It is possible for the court in another county to find out about any violation of informal probation on a sliding scale of the type of violation and its visibility. A new crime is especially visible because it is locatable through the state and federal criminal history databases, if searched by any member of law enforcement, e.g. P.O. or police. Whether anyone will find out is another story altogether. You may want to retain counsel, if you find yourself with a violation or being placed in a position of having to state whether you have obtained any new offenses.
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Communication between the counties is not always great, but it is certainly possible. If you have an attorney on the DUI case, I suggest asking them their opinion. Good luck.
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