The chances are se what better using an attorney, however transfers are usually discretionary and left up to the state you're choosing to transfer to... As a rest there's really no set answer to this question.
You'd essentially be taking a shot that the lawyer would be able to help
More than your own request alone and no one could actually guarantee you that they could do any better...
That being said, usually most lawyers are a bit more skilled than the average person at asking for consideration and usually probation is more likely to agree as a courtesy to an attorney that just the Probationer asking.
If you're interested in hiring an attorney to assist you on this cases contact my firm to discuss this issue further.
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You should hire an attorney to file a Motion to change the terms of your probation. Sometimes a state can monitor probation even if the Defendant moves out of state.
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Your best bet would be to speak to a lawyer to assist with the probation transfer, then if that does not work, to assist with a modification of your probation terms OR a sentence modification to end your probation early. Good luck!
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