The court stated also that if I violated I will be incarcerated for six months parish time
There is no statute of limitations for probation violations. The statute of limitations is widely misunderstood and has no application with respect to probation matters. The only legal concept more misunderstood is Miranda Warnings: When they must be given and the impact if they are not.
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Though your question is kind of vague, if you are on probation already, the statute of limitations doesn't apply. The more important thing to consider if you are leaving the state is whether or not your probation is active or inactive. If you are on active probation, that means you likely have a probation officer who you speak with that also checks in from time to time. If that is the case, you would need to either get permission to leave the state or, if you are moving, you would need to have your probation transferred to wherever you are moving. If it is inactive probation, the only requirements are that you pay any fines on time and stay out of trouble. In that case, you would be free to leave whenever you wanted. Just make sure you don't miss any pending court dates or fines that you might owe and you should be just fine. Best of luck.
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