I have a couple questions. I am on conditonal discharge and wondering if that is supervised or unsupervised probation cause im going on vacation and was wondering if i was able to leave the state. Also do i have to drug classes for this? It was a dumb mistake and a little bit of weed. Its not like i smoked everyday. I tried it and got caught. All my papers say is a year probation. no community service or anything. will the probation officer make do that stuff? Also I was going to get a new car and was wondering if the conditional discharge will have an effect on the car loan? thanks
You should double check with the probation department as to your conditions and requirements during the 1 year term. I have never heard of any credit issues stemming from a diversion.
You need to follow the conditions. if you leave they may call you in while you are gone for a urine test or whatever. if you do not come in you violate. I would ask permission just to be safe. This should not have an effect of you credit. You can expunge your recored 6 months after the dismissal.
i agree with both of my colleagues. You are required to adhere to all conditions during your probation period, whatever they may be. You will likely be required to submit to urine testing. As Mr. Cheser pointed out, you need to contact your PO and ask permission to leave the state, so as to avoid missing a meeting, the result ending in a VOP. As mentioned, i've never heard of a CD affecting credit.
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