My son and his wife are on po the po say to them they can live together are talk to each other she having a baby any day they have a daughter 18 months old ...it is that right ?
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The terms and conditions of probation are contained in the court's sentencing documents, and any agreement signed with probation. Felony probation usually allows for more restrictions than misdemeanor probation, regarding the contact with other people that are allowed.
If they were codefendants, it is pretty common for there to be a restriction on being around codefendants, especially if the probation was recently imposed.
If they used together and caught drug charges together, that would be another situation where the state might have an interest in keeping them apart.
Probation restrictions regarding relatives are usually phrased in terms of "no contact with Steve UNTIL X, Y and Z" and the person on probation would know what is required to earn that contact back.
If they had an attorney/public defender represent them, that would be the first person to call about this. That attorney will know the specifics of any probationary terms, and the facts of the case.
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