Maybe nothing. It matters on the terms and conditions of your probation and whether it prohibits leaving the state. Does it?
It depends on what your terms of probation are. Typically if you are on unsupervised/unreporting probation, you only need to get the specific probation terms done and there is no restriction on your travel or moving your place of residence - other than updating the court with your new address. If you are on supervised probation and have to check in with a probation officer - then you could be in big trouble if you move without getting permission from your probation officer first. Make sure you talk to your attorney and ask him/her what can be done. Read your terms of probation. Call your probation officer if you have one. Don't just ignore your obligations.
Best of luck and I hope this was helpful. Michael Larsen
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