Colorado DUI and moving back to Missouri or NC
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If you informed the Court that you were or were becoming a CO resident and they then sentenced you as a resident, you need to address this issue first with Probation and then with the Court if the issue is still left unresolved. Be careful as to what you say and do, because if you told the Court you were living in CO, you may not be able to leave the State without first getting permission from your PO. If this is your first offense, you do not qulaify to have probation transferred under the Interstate Compact, so you will need to address this with probation and the court. Start with your PO and go from there.
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