The process of transferring? I've been on probation in Collin county for a year now..
The process is usually completed within 90 days. You will be given mail-in forms during the transfer period. There will be a transfer probation officer who receives the forms and oversees the process until you receive reporting instructions from your new officer in Dallas. If your probation conditions have already been completed, the Judge may consider putting you on mail-in probation rather than transferring you. Even better, if your conditions have been completed and you are halfway through with your probation period, the Judge may consider releasing you from probation early. Best of luck.
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Ms. Jaggers is from your area and seems to know the situation well. I would only add, stay in touch with your probation officer during the process, so there are no mistakes. Best of Luck!
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