If you have not been told that there are travel restrictions in place, you should be free to travel out of state as long as you don't miss any court dates. You can always double check with the attorney of record. Good luck.
This answer is only for informational purposes and is not meant as legal advice.
The best person to ask your attorney. Is possible but you'll be able to travel out-of-state but you should let your attorney know before you do it.
Depends on if you have any travel restrictions. If you were ror the. Yes you can go. If you posted cash bail then you can likely go as well. If you used a bondsman then you might have an issue. Talk to your lawyer about what, if any, restrictions on travel you have.
Absent any special conditions imposed by the judge bail in state court in New York requires only that you appear on each court date. Where you go between court dates is your business -- so long as you return to court when required. Check with your lawyer just to be sure.
Likely YES but you this is one of the many reasons why an attorney should be hired. There may be travel restrictions placed by the bondsman (if bail was set and you are unable to raise the funds for bail on your own).
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