Ask your probation officer about this. It is most likely possible through the interstate compact for the transfer of probation. It takes a number of months to get this done. NJ would have to accept you before you move there.
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It is common to transfer probationers to other states by way of the Interstate Compact for Probationers as a courtesy from one state to another. This is accomplished through your probation officer by learning where in NJ you want to transfer and then contacting that probation department for approval.
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