If she says no, then you either accept it or appeal to the judge. Are you sure that the probation terms restrict travel? You may be in a dither over nothing. The real question is why you are still reporting to probation 23 months after judgement. It's time for you to be released from any travel and probably most other restrictions of your probation - if you have done well on probation.Ask a similar question
You have the option of hiring an attorney to go to the Judge and obtain the travel permit for you.
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Three suggestions: 1. Try one more time to contact her and, if fruitless, ask to speak with her supervisor or even the department chief. 2. Call your lawyer and ask him or her to contact the PO or chief on your behalf. 3. If that doesn't work, have your lawyer contact the judge, directly, since the judge controls the probation and the PO only supervises it.Ask a similar question
You've exerted enough effort with the PO. Have your lawyer go directly to the judge and circumvent the PO.
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