Mother of my daughter got a domestic charge for beating her boyfriend and plans on moving out of the county she resides in to another county while she's still out on bail
yes; unless the bail conditions specifically prohibit her moving, there is no general rule regarding her relocating while out on bail.
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Yes, most likely unless by chance the conditions prohibit her from moving.
One more additional thought: the person who is on bail will still need to update their address with the court to the new address.
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