I'm on probation. I have a travel pass. And my P.o. knows I'm going.. can they have a p.o. from another state go check and test you?
The question isn't can they, but rather how likely is it that your PO will ask another PO to check up on you. Cross agency cooperation--official and unofficial--are done all the time, so it's not unheard of.
However, unless your p.o. has it in for you I doubt he'll get that done (I'm not saying he won't, just that it's unlikely).
Note, I was a police officer for 22 years before becoming an attorney.
They certainly can. And you are definitely getting tested when you get back. That’s pretty standard.
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Agree with the first lawyer. Not very likely to do so, but likely to test you as soon as you return.
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