I was charged with a felony, non violent drug offense, it was reduced to a misdemeanor by me going through the roads program and doing good with p.o., I have now been on a year and a half of unsupervised probation and have one and a half to go, I was wanting to go on a vacation to Colorado to visit some family for a week but I wasn't sure if it would be ok to leave the state but I dont see why not because I don't have a p.o.
You may want to call the probation office to make sure you are good to go, despite being on unsupervised probation. Better to make a 5 minute phone call than to deal with a violation.
If you are on unsupervised probation, then "yes" you can leave the state to go on vacation. You no longer have a PO.
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