Often these transfers are routine, and your probation agent should be able to help you.
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Your Probation Agent should be able to either transfer the probation to Arizona or allow you to complete probation by reporting by telephone and/or mail. If for some reason your Probation Agent does not cooperate, your attorney should be able to get it done. Hopefully he/she filed a Motion for Reconsideration within 90 days of your sentencing (and asked the Court to hold it Sub Curia, or without ruling on it) until asked to do so.
You may need to file a motion to authorize your moving to another state. Don't delay. If you are in compliance, could be granted. Moving without court permission is a violation.
William A. Simmons
Butler & Simmons, P.A.
Attorneys & Counselors at Law
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Silver Spring, MD 20902
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