Why do you care if he moves out of state or not. Let him go. If he ignores the criminal court he"ll have warrants. If he ignores civil court he'll be in contempt. If he doesn't show for the trial, he is the one at the disadvantage.
Most court orders are enforceable under the full faith and credit clause.
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Wonder if he's moving with the permission of probation? he'll have to come back for the trial or he will be in default.
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If he is on informal probation there should be nothing that stops him from moving out of state. If he is on formal probation he would need to let his probation officer know.
Unless there is a court order nothing can prevent him from moving out of state. If he fails to show for trial there will be consequences.
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