Check with the Sheriff.
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It is possible but first you have to get permission. Depending on what county you are in, it could be the sheriff and/or the court that has the ultimate say. Check with whoever you report to. They should be able to point you in the right direction.
Contact your attorney for further direction. It may be something as simple as a phone call to probation. Good luck.
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