Needs to get approval first. He will need to show address in mass and his probation will be transferred to the court which has jurisdiction over his town or city For instance if he is going to live in Weymouth, the court would be Quincy district court
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It may be possible to transfer his probation, but if he truly only has a month left, perhaps he would be better off just finishing things up in Florida and then coming back to MA. Best of luck to you and your son.
He needs to speak to probation in FL, I will say that probation is routinely transferred from one state to another.
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Any transfer of state probation would first require the receiving state to agree. It is not automatic. There is no right to transfer, it's a privilege. In my experience as a defense attorney, most of the time the answer is "no." Probation departments are reluctant to take on another state's burden. But, it can't hurt to ask. He should get a Florida lawyer to navigate this.
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