If A Sex Offender Completes Treatment And And All Of Their Court Obligations And Successfully Complete Probation, Do They Have To Get Permission From The Courts To Go On School Property?
Of course we don't know the nature of your crime but you should talk to your former attorney and your former probation officer before you enter school property. They can advise you to whether or not you can enter school property based upon the terms of your sentence.
You definitely need to speak to your attorney who represented you on the originally charge. He or she can review the terms of the court order and respond to your question about going not school property. An attorney can give you legal advice; your probation officer cannot.
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