Speak with your probation officer about the issue. Many times, probation can be transferred between states for good cause (job change, move, etc.) How long have you been on probation and what is your track record like while on probation. You may want to speak with an attorney to explore making a motion to terminate probation early if you have had no issue and already been on probbation for a sufficient amount of time. Good Luck.
Yes, but you will have to get permission from the court that placed you on probation. Go back to your lawyer and let him or her know so that a Petition to Transfer can be filed and argued. Good Luck.
You don't have to necessarily go through the court. Ask your P.O. If Oklahoma approves it then I'm sure Kansas will be glad to have one less person to supervise.
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Start with your probation officer. You may have to go back to the judge. Some judges will want a hearing, others will sign off on an order, others still will leave it to the discretion of the probation officer. However it happens you will have to comply with the interstate agreement on adult offender supervision. That process can take a couple of months and Oklahoma does not have to accept you.
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