One of us in on probation for grand theft n the other is about to be convicted n go on probation for a crime in another state
Typically, in Florida you may not live together. Speak with your probation officer and try to have a special clause put into his plea to allow for it.
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Ask for permission from your PO. If they say no, file a motion and ask for the Judge's permission.
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