You should re-post in CO but if there is no probation and no other sentence conditions keeping you there, you should be able to move here!
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You can move anywhere you want unless there is some sort of probation you are on. However, they can transfer your probation to another state. Here's a tidbit - NY DWI probation is brutal, but Connecticut has "outsourced" it's probation to civilian contractors who, rumor has it, couldn't care less about their contractual obligations to keep tabs on people who are on probation. Numerous persons who have been or are going to be convicted of a probational crime in NY move to CT. So if when you say come back to NY that are would be close to the CT boarder, think about it!
As long as there is no mandate to stay in Colorado you should be able to come back to New York. You should speak to an attorney in Colorado to discuss the matter. Good luck.
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