I don't think that a pending misdemeanor charge would prevent you from moving to Wisconsin. If you are on pretrial release in the pending matter (or probation on another charge), then you would need to advise your pretrial release officer and obtain permission, which may require court approval, too. Many misdemeanor offenses can be resolved on paper without requiring your presence if you anticipate pleading guilty. However, if you are going to present a defense to the charge, then you may be required to attend pretrial conferences. Of course, you would also need to be present at trial. Discuss this with your attorney if represented. Be sure to keep your attorney informed of your change of address, telephone number, alternate contacts, e-mail address, etc. If you are representing yourself, then you may want to advise the clerk of court of the change of address. You don't want to miss certain important dates in your case through the mail. That would result in a warrant for your arrest.
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