Assuming there are no limitations with your bond (and there shouldnt be), you can certainly leave the state so long as you come back or have an attorney appear on your behalf for any scheduled court appearances.
As long as you don't have any bond conditions that don't allow to leave the state of Georgia, you are free to leave. Typically living out of state is not a problem if you end up on misdemeanor probation. Your attorney would be the best one to answer this question.
Read your terms and conditions on the bond in the instant pending case carefully: there should be a box marked that expressly states that you may not leave the boundaries of the state without the court order until the final disposition of that case.
I think a prudent person would retain a local licensed counsel to complete this matter expeditiously and make proper legal motions to permit moving to another state if statutorily possible (to complete counseling, classes, etc.)
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We don't live in the Soviet Union. You can move to another state. One thing to be aware of is that license suspensions get complicated when your license is in one state and you have a DUI in another. I would suggest you keep your Georgia license until it gets reinstated before getting one in the new state.
As my colleagues suggest, absent restrictions on your bond or from the court you may.
make sure your attorney is aware of your plans and can easily reach you if need be.