My husband has been charged with drug offence he is on bail although want him to be transferred to home town reside with wife and our child WHAT CAN I DO
Your husband needs to speak to his attorney about the situation. That attorney will know the bail restrictions (if any) which may or may not allow him to reside outside the jurisdiction. No lawyer here can answer this specific inquiry.
Probably nothing YOU can do. Your husband needs to discuss this with his attorney and the bondsman.
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You will have to discuss this with his attorney and the office that supervises people pretrial. Sometimes a motion will be made to the judge for the permission, but you can only do it if it wont' cause a problem with your husband appearing in court.
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Speak to your attorney. It is unlikely the case will be transferred, but you may be able to reside with your family.
Assuming your husband was arrested in Mobile, Alabama, you may have an attorney ask the judge to whom the case was assigned to amend the terms and conditions of his bond to permit relocation. If your husband was arrested in another jurisdiction, you should ask an attorney in that jurisdiction.
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It shouldn't be a problem. You may need to have your lawyer OK it with the court.
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The lawyer representing your husband might be able to get permission for that from the judge before whom the case is pending. Otherwise he may be required to remain within the state in which he has been charged until his case is resolved.
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